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Kurzbeschreibung

This question type allows you to present your participants with a list of possible answers/options, which they may then rank in order of preference.

Ranking example.jpg


Beispiel: Bitte ordne die Liste der Filme. Den beliebtesten zu erst.

Englische Beispielfrage herunterladen:R_-_Ranking.csv

Diese Frage benutzt Javascript und ist vermutlich nicht für barrierefreie Seiten geeignet.

Basis-Einstellungen

Pflichtangabe

Beschreibung:

Mit dieser Option wird festgelgt, ob eine bestimmte Frage von Umfrageteilnehmern zum Fortfahren beantwortet werden muss. Müssen nur bestimmte Unterfragen beantwortet werden, verwenden Sie das Attribut minimale Antwort in der Registerkarte Logik (nur bei Matrix- oder Mehrfachauswahlfragen).


Help.pngIf you use any of the preinstalled themes and the mandatory question attribute is enabled, a red asterisk will be shown next to the question. If you wish to hide it, please check these instructions.


Verfügbare Optionen:

  • An
  • Aus (Standardwert)


Diese Einstellungen sind verfügbar in der Version 1.92 und darüber

Relevanz-Gleichung

Beschreibung:

Ist das Ergebnis einer Relevanz-Gleichung 1 oder wahr, ist die Frage im Umfragekontext relevant. Dies bedeutet, dass Sie den Umfrageteilnehmern angezeigt ist. Eine Relevanz-Gleichung kann für jede Frage einer Umfrage angegeben werden.

Syntax-Hervorhebung:

Wenn Sie die Relevanz-Gleichung speichern, wird sie ausgewertet und die Syntax hervorgehoben. Fehler werden farblich gekennzeichnet, damit Sie sie schnell erkennen und beheben können.

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Hint: Um zu überprüfen, ob alle Relevanz-Gleichungen in Ihrer Umfrage korrekt funktionieren, lesen Sie unsere Funktion Umfrage Logikdatei.


Gültige Werte:

  • Jede Gleichung, die der Ausdrucksmanager - verwendet, ohne die geschweiften Klammern.

Beispiel

Hier finden Sie Beispielen für die Syntax-Hervorhebung (derzeit nur auf Englisch).


Erweiterte Einstellungen

Randomisierungsgruppenname (random_group)

Beschreibung

Ordne die Frage der angegebenen Randomisierungsgruppe zu. Alle Fragen in der gleichen Gruppe werden in einer zufälligen Reihenfolge erscheinen.

You can find a sample survey using randomization group name in Expression Manager sample survey.

Gültige Werte

Geben Sie irgendeine Zeichenkette ein (zum Beispiel 'gruppe1'). Alle Fragen, die die gleiche Zeichenkette gesetzt haben, werden in der Umfrage jeweils zufällig durcheinander ausgetauscht.


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Zufällige Antwortreihenfolge (random_order)

Beschreibung

Dieses Einstellung bewirkt, dass LimeSurvey die bestehende Reihenfolge der Antworten/Teilfragen dieser Frage ignoriert und durch eine zufällige Anordnung ersetzt. Die Anordnung der Antworten zu einer Frage wird momentan auch bei jedem Zurück- oder Vor-Navigieren vertauscht. Wenn ein Benutzer den Fragebogen durchgeht, findet er die also die Antworten nie in derselben Reihenfolge vor. Durch eine zufällige Verteilung soll gewährleistet werden, dass Benutzer keine Neigung/Tendenz zu einzelnen Antworten entwickeln können. Setzen Sie dies auf 'An' um es zu aktivieren. Bitte beachten Sie, dass wenn eine Frage Teilfragen hat, dann werden die Teilfragen randomisiert, nicht die Antwortoptionen.

Verfügbare Optionen

  • Bei jedem Laden der Seite neu setzen
  • Aus (Standard)

Example

See this example (outside link) to better understand how to use different LimeSurvey randomization features.


Hide tip (hide_tip)

Description

Most questions will usually include a tip that says "Please choose one of the following options" or a hint text on how to fill out the question. This attribute allows you to turn off or on this tips/hints.

These tips/hints include validation criteria messages (such as min/max number of answers, min/max/equals sum value). If hide_tip is enabled, these messages will be hidden. However, if the user enters invalid data, the tips will appear. They will be coloured in red, getting changed to green once the validation criteria are met.

Available options

  • On - the tips/hints are hidden;
  • Off (default).


Always hide this question (hidden)

Description

If enabled, the question will always be hidden - it will not be displayed to the survey participants. This function can be used in the following scenarios:

  • If you wish to prefill a question with a URL and you want not to have it displayed on the screen. This overrides any conditions used within the survey because the respective question will not even be embedded on the page.
  • If you wish to store or calculate a value on the fly via the Expression Manager.
Help.png Note: A common question type that is used with this function is the Equation one.

Available options

  • On
  • Off (default)


Minimum answers (min_answers)

Description

This function can be used to ensure that a user selects at least a certain number of answers in a multiple choice question.

Valid values

  • Any integer value above 0
  • Any number
  • Any SGQA code
  • Any question code (variable name)
  • Any equation, using Expression Manager syntax, without surrounding curly braces.

Example

If set to X (a random number), the users can submit the survey form if they select at least X checkboxes. If this option is utilised for ranking questions, this ensures that at least three items are ranked before allowing the respondent to submit the answers/survey.

Help.png Please note that if you use this attribute with Ranking questions, you have to set the question to non-mandatory. Otherwise, all the items need to be ranked which is counter-intuitive if you decide to use the min_answers function too.



Maximum answers (max_answers)

Description

It can be used to limit the total number of answers a user can select in a multiple choice question.

Valid values

  • Any number value
  • Any SGQA code
  • Any question code (variable name)
  • Any equation, using Expression Manager syntax, without surrounding curly braces.

Example

If set to 2, the user will only be able to check at most two checkboxes or one checkbox + fill the "Other" field (if any). For the Ranking question type, the participant would be able to select maximum two items.



Show in public statistics (public_statistics)

Description

This attribute allows the survey administrator to chose if a particular question results should be displayed to the survey participants after they submitted the survey.

Help.png Note: To have the statistics displayed on the last page, do not forget to enable this functionality from the presentation & navigation settings. Otherwise, no statistics link will be displayed at the end of your survey.

The default setting for each question is 'Off' (=Do not show the question statistics to the respondents). You have to enable this for every single question if you want to show the survey statistics of that (those) particular question(s) to the survey participants after the survey submission.

Available options

  • On
  • Off (default)


Insert page break in printable view (page_break)

Description

This attribute is only active when you actually print a survey from the Printable View. It forces a page break before the question.

Available options

  • On
  • Off (default)


These Advanced Settings are available in Version 1.92 and beyond

Array filter (array_filter)

Description

The Array filter setting allows you to use any multiple choice question to select or set which responses are displayed in a subsequent list, array or multiple choice question.

The subsequent questions can be filtered on any array question type, including:
  • Multiple choice
  • Multiple choice with comments
  • Multiple short text
  • Multiple numeric
  • Array (5 point, 10 point, Yes/No/Unknown, Increase/Same/Decrease, Column)
  • Array (Dual Scale, Text, Numbers)
  • Ranking

Furthermore, each of these question types can be filtered.

The only exception is Array (Column), which can filter other questions, but not itself.

How to set a filter

To set a filter, enter the question code of a multiple options question in the array filter box of the question you are currently editing. The respective question will be used as the source of information for the current question, the selected answers from the previous question being retrieved and used as answer options for the current question. For example, if your source multiple option question code is "Q1", enter "Q1" into the 'Array Filter' box to start the filtering process of the answers. Only the answer options that are selected in question Q1 will be visible in the array_filter-ed question.

If you wish more questions to be filtered via this option, type the question codes in the box separated by semicolons (;).
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  The subquestion codes used in the first question must coincide with the subquestion codes from the second one. Otherwise, the array filter function will not filter the answers to the first question. Check the below example to better understand how the whole system works.

Cascading

The selected options can be displayed in cascade. This means that you can select a question which filters another question, which filters another question, and so on.

Array filter example

Let's take a look at the following example to better understand the power of this setting:


Array filter with multipe short text.jpg


In the screenshot from above, we got two questions. The first one is a multiple short text question type, while the second one is an array dual scale question type. The answers you provide in the first question will be listed in the second one. Technically, the answers you provide to the subquestions from the first question are filtered and displayed in the second question.

This example can be downloaded from the following link: limesurvey_group_32.lsg. Import this question group into your LimeSurvey installation.



Array exclusion filter (array_filter_exclude)

Description

The Array filter exclusion setting allows you to use any multiple choice question to select or set which responses are NOT displayed in a subsequent list, array or multiple choice question.

The subsequent questions can be filtered on any array question type, including:
  • Multiple choice
  • Multiple choice with comments
  • Multiple short text
  • Multiple numeric
  • Array (5 point, 10 point, Yes/No/Unknown, Increase/Same/Decrease, By column)
  • Array (Dual Scale, Text, Numbers)
  • Ranking

Furthermore, each of these types of questions can filtered.

The only exception is Array by column which can filter other questions, but it cannot be filtered.

How to set it up

Enter the question code of a multiple options question in the array exclusion filter box of the question you are currently editing. The respective question will be used as the source of information for the current question, the non-selected answers from the previous question being retrieved and used as answer options for the current question. For example, if your source multiple option question code is "Q1", enter "Q1" into the 'Array exclusion filter' box to start the filtering process of the answers. Only the answer options that are NOT selected in question Q1 will be visible in your question.

If you wish more questions to be filtered via this option, type the question codes in the box separated by semicolons (;).
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  The subquestion codes used in the first question must coincide with the subquestion codes from the second one. Otherwise, the array exclusion filter function will not filter the answers to the first question. Check the below example to better understand how the whole system works.

Cascading

The selected options can be displayed in cascade. This means that you can select a question which filters another question, which filters another question, and so on.

Example

Let's see together the below example:


Example array filter exclude.png


In the screenshot from above, we got two questions. The first one is a multiple choice question type, while the second one is a multiple choice with comments question type. The answers you provide in the first question will be excluded from the second one. For example, if you select the ComfortUpdate option (that has the subquestion code 'SQ1') and the Plugin option ('SQ4'), the 'SQ1' and the 'SQ4' subquestion correspondents from the second question will be excluded. In our screenshot, we can observe that only the unselected options in the first question and displayed in the second one.

This example can be downloaded from the following link: Limesurvey_group_array_filter_exclude.zip. Import this question group into your LimeSurvey installation.



Array filter style (array_filter_style)

Description

This function allows you to choose how the array filtered subquestions are displayed. They can either be "hidden" or "disabled".

Help.png To learn how to filter subquestions, please read the following wiki section.

Available options

  • Hidden (default) - if this option is selected, then the previously selected subquestions will not be displayed in the second question.
  • Disabled - if this option is selected, then the previously selected subquestions will be greyed out and become unselectable.

Example

If you wish to use the "disabled" option, then the previously selected subquestions will be displayed like this:

Array filter style disabled.png