How do I create a standard Topline report?

When you do your import from e.g. an SPSS .sav or Excel file, you will have an option to se the results of your import in a Topline report. The report gives you very quickly an overview of your data so that you can check the sanity of your data set and import:

  • The base for the question i.e. the number of respondents that has been asked the question, how many have answered etc
  • The frequency for each question and category
  • The average value for numeric questions

You may also at any time run a similar Topline report from the analysis window in Superdig:

  1. Select the Topline report tab
  2. If you want a complete overview of your data set, select all questions from top to botton (ctrl + A) and drag these into the “Drop questions here” area.
  3. You may now scroll down, focusing on each question in the data set.

Default values for a basic Topline report are:

  • For a single / multiple choice question, you will see the number of interviews (cases) for each category and percentage of answered.
  • Furthermore the categorical base shown are “Numbers Asked” the question and “Numbers Answered”.

Default values for a numeric question are:

  • Average value of answered
  • Number of interviews

Default values for a grid questions are shown normally:

    • For a single / multiple choice question, you will see the number of interviews (cases) for each category and percentage of answered.
    • Furthermore the categorical base shown are “Numbers Asked” the question and “Numbers Answered”.

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