Once you have received answers to your questionnaire, you can download the results as an Excel spreadsheet. Maptionnaire also comes with an analysis tool that is easy to use to filter, examine and visualize different map answers.
Downloading your results as an Excel sheet
Go to your questionnaire and choose Results from the upper right hand menu.
You can choose which publication version you want to download or (in Manage respondents) filter results data according to dates. For more information on these options, please take a look at the article on hiding test results. When you are ready to download the results spreadsheet, click the blue button that says Download responses as Excel sheet (.xlsx).
You can also watch a short video clip on this:
How to use the Maptionnaire analysis tool
Go to the questionnaire that you want to analyze. Choose Analyze from the upper right corner menu. Add the map layers (map questions) that you want to examine from the drop-down menu. Please note that the layers will be categorized by the question drawbutton title. You can rename them in this tool after adding them.
In this example (below), the responses to one map question have been added, meaning that there is one analysis layer.
You can change the visualization settings of the map markings by altering the color, size, opacity and line width of markings. You can also opt to use a heatmap instead of the source map. You can find these settings by clicking the expand symbol on the upper right corner of the map layer and then choosing the Visualization tab. The different visualization choices can be accessed by clicking the symbol.
Filter map markings in the Filtering tab. You can filter answers given in both map pop-up questions (follow-up questions asked after respondent has placed map marking) and background (non-map) questions.
For example, in the example below, we have filtered only the responses in which the word 'beautiful' is contained in the pop-up question.
Examine different filtered or unfiltered answers on the map in the Explore tab.
Finally, you can export map views as an image file to be used in reports and other documentation. You can choose from three image sizes, but please note that the largest will take more time to upload.