This UI feature is under development. Please use the metric
tag as an alternative method for creating custom nets and metrics.
The Nets & Metrics tool enables you to add rows to a Crosstab report that provide calculated information from the survey data. This includes nets such as Top 2 Box scores and summary statistics with metrics such as median or standard deviation, among many others.
Adding nets and metrics
Coming soon!
Available nets
Nets (also called groups or buckets) combine the highest or lowest options from a rating scale. The following pre-defined nets are available:
- Top 2 Box combines the results from the highest two points on a scale (e.g., a top 2 box net on a 1 to 5 scale combines the '4' and '5' responses).
- Top 3 Box combines the results from the highest three points.
- Bottom 2 Box combines the results from the lowest two points on a scale (e.g., a bottom 2 box net on a 1 to 5 scale combines the '1' and '2' responses).
- Bottom 3 Box combines the results from the lowest three points.
Note: If you are adding a net and selecting multiple questions, make sure the questions all share the same options.
Creating custom nets
Coming soon!
Available metrics
In addition to nets, the following metrics are available for Crosstab reports. As with nets, select a question on the Nets and Metrics editor screen, then select the metric from the list provided.
Metric | Description |
Max | The highest or maximum selected value in a numeric question. |
Min | The lowest or minimum selected value in a numeric question. |
Mean | Also known as the average, this is calculated by summing all the values and dividing by the number of values. |
Median | The value that would be in the middle if all values were in an ordered list. |
Std. Dev. | Standard deviation, also known as standard error, indicates how widely values vary from the group mean. If individual values vary considerably from the group mean, the standard deviation is large; conversely, if individual values do not vary much from the group mean, the standard deviation is small. |
Range | The difference between the largest and smallest values. |
Percentile | Uses the Nth percentile of a data set as the value at which N percent of the data is below it (e.g., 90th percentile displays the value at which 90% of the data is below it). |
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