In addition to reviewing and following up on the data you have entered, you will also be able to analyse some of that data through charts and tables. You will also be able to compare the data shared by other users and working groups in other countries.
To print or save reports of the responses you have entered into each survey, and to generate tables and charts of the quantitative data you have entered in that survey, visit the ‘Review & Analyse Data’ page. Under the ‘Action’ column, you will see several icons which will allow you to either return to a survey, print or generate an Excel report of your survey, or generate charts. When clicking on the charts icon, you will be able to choose individual questions to analyse. Here, you can generate bar, pie, or column charts of the quantitative responses you have entered. Only those questions for which you have entered quantitative responses will appear in the list of possible data to analyse. To analyse and generate graphs and tables of the qualitative data you have entered into the surveys, click “Export Responses” to download an Excel file of your survey responses. Use the Excel software to conduct further analysis of your survey data.
Beyond analysing and reviewing your own data, and that of your own working group, you will also be able to compare data that other users of the Tool have agreed to share publicly. Visit the ‘Compare Data’ page and choose a particular survey to explore. Here, you can filter for particular questions and responses and generate a table or Excel file comparing the questions you have selected across all publicly shared surveys, with the option to filter for only those that match a particular response.