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Splitter Pivot Table for Market Research Pro X version Tutorial May 2018

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Tutorial for Splitter Pivot Table for Market Research Pro X version.
If you do survey using pen paper and want to a simple tool for data entry just use your Excel for data input and let Splitter do deep dive analysis on the data.
Pro X version is complete package that can do standard crosstabs (analysis by segments) and filter (analysis on sub population), handle open end questions text or numeric, and most importantly diagnostic function to detect error and editing on data input.
This tutorial is developed by Maxi Research, ask@maxiresearch.com

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Splitter Pivot Table for Market Research Pro X version Tutorial May 2018

  1. 1. Ver.2.1 May 2018 Splitter Pivot Table for Market Research Pro X version For Survey Data Entered Manually in Excel with Data Editing functions MaxiResearch.com
  2. 2. Splitter Pivot Table for Market Research 2 Google Forms survey data downloaded as Excel Survey data entered manually in Excel Splitter is Pivot Table to analyze survey data in Excel. It can be a survey from Google Forms downloaded as Excel, from an online survey exported to Excel or from survey using pen paper where survey data is entered manually in Excel. Splitter Pro X is designed mainly to process survey data entered manually in Excel. How to use Excel for survey data input is available on appendix Splitter Pro X has diagnostic function to detect error during data input and make editing. It can still process survey data from Google Forms or from other online surveys. Survey data format in Excel if you are exporting from an online survey is available on appendix. Similar with Pro version, Splitter Pro X can perform: Cross tabulations : Analysis by segments- Filter : Analysis on sub population- Open end analysis : Processing answers from open- end questions, for text and numeric
  3. 3. Splitter Versions and Main Functions 3 • Student version : Crosstabulations and filter Functions • Analysis by segments and subpopulation • Pro version : Text and Numeric Functions • Analysis of open end questions text or numeric • Pro X version : Diagnostic Functions • To help find error and edit data input. Version Basic Info Survey Tools Main Functions Price Student Analyze Survey data in Excel. For Student and Pro read survey data mainly in text while for Pro X for survey data in code (code is number representing text/label options in questionnaire). For Excel for Windows only Downloaded from Google Forms or Exported from an Online Survey Crosstabulation and Filters for analysis by segments and subpopulation. $2 for a month. 3 Days free trial. Not a subscription, not automatically renewed. Pro Downloaded from Google Forms or Exported from an Online Survey Text and numeric functions. To analyze open end questions text or numeric. $12 for a month. 3 Days free trial. Not a subscription, not automatically renewed. Pro X Mainly from survey using pen paper. Diagnostic functions to help find error and edit data entry. $17 for a month. 3 Days free trial. Not a subscription, not automatically renewed.
  4. 4. Splitter Pro X version
  5. 5. • Download Splitter Pro X version from our Google Drive here • How to Install and Run Splitter in Appendix of this tutorial • Download survey data manually entered in Excel for exercise: Survey data 1 , Survey data 2 , Survey data 3 • Download survey data using Google Forms downloaded as Excel for exercise: Survey data 1 , Survey data 2 , Survey data 3 , Survey data 4 , Survey data 5, Survey data 6, Survey data 7, Survey data 8, Survey data 9 • Download our Google Forms tutorial, if you haven’t already: Part 1 : Create Online Questionnaire Part 2 : Create Online Quiz Included in tutorial is a section on how to add GeoCode to Google Forms for free. GeoCode here is longitude, latitude and address (street name and number, city, state, Zip Code and Country) of device submitting form. Download Links 5
  6. 6. 6 Survey Spreadsheet for SplitterPro-X • If you conduct a paper and pen survey and use Excel as data entry this how survey data would look like. • For Splitter use, data should start at cells A1. • For first time running a survey data set, the data need to be on the front sheet. Click Splitter Pro X. Splitter Pro X data format: • Top row is for questions in the questionnaire • Each column contains answer for each question • Answer can be Text or ‘code’ or empty • Multiple value is allowed, separate by a comma “,” • Mixed text with code is allowed • In multiple answer, order is indifferent (a,b =b,a) • Long text as in open end question is accepted • Numeric value is accepted Sheet containing survey data on the front Splitter Pro X Add-Ins menu
  7. 7. 7 Splitter Pro-X Main Menu Overview Shortly after clicking a• window shows up Question : Todisplayand select question to run. Multiple selection will run all of the selectedquestions. This will be shown as tables downward, starting fromthe top most selectedquestion. Across : Toproduce, in addition to summary, the associated breakdownsusing the across variables (segments) selected. Grid : When using Question tab multiple selection will make series of tables go downward, on the other hand Grid tab will make multiple selection one table go level to the right. It is for showing in one table multiple questions having the samelabels. Filter : Toselect respondent criteria from which thetables arecreated (sub/parts of population) Numeric : To codenumeric data, create groups with selected criteria Coding : Coding functions to analyze text Search : To search data meeting selected criteria Output: The type of output want to be displayed in tables: count, percentage, average, standard deviation, significant test Diagnostic : Toidentifyerror ondataentryandedit. Set Up: To enter label for each code used in the questionnaire. • Sheet name containing survey data will be renamed to Form Response 1. • If you have additional data just add starting from the next row after the last data. • Changing the content of Form Response 1 sheet after the data is run will not have any effect. • Survey data will be saved in the Excel workbook. • While on Pro version when first time running on data set, Splitter do automatic coding (assigning number to text data) so that it can create tables, on Pro X we need to enter manually labels for each code. Labels are text, option answers in the questionnaire
  8. 8. Set Up
  9. 9. 9 Set Up (1) • In Set Up, you type in labels (text, option answers used in each of the question) for each code Code RespID Country Gender AgeGroup What are your favorite activities? What kind ofgames do youlike? After you trythis game, How do you like the Graphic? And How doyou like the Music? Any Comments about this game? Whatdo you think of this game in Overall? If you like this game, what is yourexpected price($)? 1 Indonesia male 10-15yo games Adventure Like verymuch Like verymuch Like verymuch 2 Malaysia female 16-20yo hangout RPG Like Like Soso 3 Singapore 21-25yo music Simulation Soso Soso Like 4 US movies Sport Don’tLike Don’tLike Don’tlike 5 sport Strategy Don’t Like AtAll Don’t Like AtAll Don’t like atAll 6 read Action 7 computer Shooter Type here thelabel for particular code then press Add button to write the nextlabel for the next code Entering label for thiscode number. Largest code number found in the data. If you do not want to type in labels, just create dummy labels code 1, code 2, etc Question Added label goes here Switch label position up Switch label position down Clear selection Delete selection Delete all labels Undo deletion If you want to type in labels in one go, just separate each label with semicolon “;” and check this To have a preview of labels created Number of labels created Go to Question tab To edit selected label. Type edited label on the above box The data contains text that needs to be coded in Coding tab List of Labels Entered label with associated code number
  10. 10. 10 Set Up (2) • After entering labels, basically Splitter is ready to produce tables. • For survey with multiple choice questions only, whether it is single answer or multiple answers with no “other response” where respondents can write their own answer • In survey data it means all code numbers and no text • However if you have text for example because there are “other response” we need to code it first. Otherwise it would look like the illustration below • There are “Not Established” answers Text “Not Established” means Splitter can not read the data and from the survey data it may mean some text that needs to be coded or you miss adding some labels. Text Text Numeric For text answers in open end question it will be covered in Coding tab For numeric answers it will be covered in Numeric tab To “code” in Splitter it means assigning number to text data so that table can be created.
  11. 11. 11 Coding Coded textbox. Show a check sign if there is any uncodedtext. Click Here toCode Alltext With one click texts have beencoded. Click Here tocode selected text • Here example of uncoded text to be coded • Go to Coding tab, Click Code-All. • That is all you need to do to make uncoded text coded. Now all text have been coded and when run the tables again the “Not Established” part is gone Check this to show Uncoded textbox.
  12. 12. Splitter Pro X Tabs
  13. 13. 13 Question Tab • Put your cursor anywhere in any sheet as long as not in Form Response 1. • Check on questions you want to make tables from. Click Run. Click to produce tables on checked questions To clear checked questions To exit Splitter To clear checked Questions,Across andFilter To exit Splitter Question Number of respondents Code labels Percentage total Two tables produced as checked in the tab
  14. 14. 14 Across Tab • Same display with that in Question tab. Here we select questions to be across variables (segments) from which tables are created in addition to the total, ie cross-tabulation. The checked questions in Across tab will create cross-tabulation Click to confirm selection back to Question tab. To clear checked questions Showing the tables by Gender and Age as checked in Across tab Number of respondents for each segment Two tables producedas checked Question tab with same across variable.
  15. 15. 15 Grid Tab •Here we select a number questions to be shown horizontally as grid, instead of one by one downward. Splitter recognizes grid when a set of question have similar set of answer options These questions have same set of answer options (and in the same order) Click to produce tables onchecked questions To clear checked questions To clear checked questions and filter To exit Splitter Every checked question creates table to the right. Labels only shown once on the first checked question only.
  16. 16. 16 Filter Tab (1) • In the Filter tab, we specify the criteria (sub/parts of population) from which the tables are created. In a selected question for filter, check which one you will use for filter. If more than 1 is checked, that means “OR”. Here respondents who live in Indonesia, Singapore, China, or Thailand Drop down menu toselect filterquestion The top of tables shows filter used. Number of respondents for each segment afterFilter Two tables produced as checked in thetab with same across variables and samefilter. Click to confirm filter selection, go back to Question tab Click to confirm filter selection, go back to Grid tab Clear All Filters You can add up to 10 filter question to use. The relations between filter is “AND”. You can use filter while creating tables in Question tab or Grid tab
  17. 17. 17 Filter Tab (2) • Shown here result from running in Grid tab while Filter is checked.
  18. 18. 18 Numeric Tab • In numeric tab, Splitter will code numeric value so tables can be created. • Can code integers, 0, minus, or fraction. The numbers should be free of units ($, km, kg, etc) or any sign (>5) or range (5-10). • The objective of coding numeric data is to create groups There are 3 columns in this box: respondent number, column1 content (Timestamp or respondent ID), and numeric data for each answering respondent. Minimum and maximum value found in the data answers for the question Searchfunction, to look for respondent number having specificvalue Drop down menuto show question with numericdata as identified by Splitter Click certain data to highlight if you want to edit thevalue Select this option button forsearch Enter numeric valueassociated with search criteria Click Ok and the box will show id/case meeting criteria Click Apply tocode after all criteria is set Clear criteria andthe previous codeddata Press set criteria after each coding criteria is set. Coding criteria will show on the boxbelow Enter the lower and upper value for coding. If 1 operator only the right box needvalue Select whether touse 2 operators or1 operator. 2 operators two boxes willdisplay, 1 operator only 1 display on theright. Coding function starts here Undo last edit Put edit value in thebox and press ok toedit Copy value of highlighted id/case to the box
  19. 19. 19 Numeric Coding (1) Example Select 1 operator Select option< Fill in “10” in theright box. Hit setcriteria Select 2 operators Select option <= and>= Hit setcriteria Hit setcriteria • Tocode Numeric data. • Suppose after looking at the data, we would make 3 codes out of these numbers < 10, 10 <= x <= 20, and >20 Fill in “10” in the left and “20” in the rightbox. Fill in “20” in theright box. Notification that numeric datahas beencoded Select 1 operator Select option > After all criteria has been set Click apply to code To clear criteria and coding result Temporary criteria shows here Temporary criteria updated
  20. 20. 20 Numeric Coding (2) Example The numeric data is now coded Applying filter to include only answering respondents Some notes: • If the numeric data not coded yet when try to run table, there will be message box to check numeric coding. • To create another coding criteria, just clear the code and set new criteria. • After coding, you can run the numeric data as Across or Filter variable. • If you set criteria non exclusively ( example x <5 and 1<x<10) then there will be chances that 1 response will be counted more than1. • If you save the workbook, the coding result will remain.
  21. 21. Coding Tab – Edit/Split/Add Tab • If answers for particular question contain text, it will show up on the left box, uncoded text. • To make uncode text coded, just hit button Code-All or Code Selection, the text will then move to the box on the right “Coded box”. Dropdown menu to view which question to showcoding Info that the question is numeric (therefore shouldbe coded in numerictab) Toshow uncoded text Info that the datain the question contains uncodedtext To codeuncoded text, only for selected text To code uncoded text, for all text inthe box Highlighted text in the uncoded boxwill be shownhere Codingmethodology that will be applied to uncodedpart Uncodedbox, showing text thathas not been coded Write here to : edit the highlightedtext or to addlabel. If edited result need not be coded yetand put back to uncoded Copy text in highlighted text Move highlighted text in uncoded box to next line Edit is to edit the text, Split is to make the text divided into separate code by writing in certain format (comma as separator). Add is to create newcodedtext. The result of hitting either of these buttons will be coded and the text will go into coded box This is the box to have preview edit/ add code result Clear text being processed Number of labels will be created To move up, down, clear, delete highlighted code To uncode all coded text To uncode selected coded text Coded box, showing the text(s) that have been coded Coding methodology of the result text in coded box Go to Question tab
  22. 22. 22 Coding Tab – Combine/Exclude Tab Top most of highlighted text Combine all highlighted text Reorder highlighted text To exclude highlighted text in components box To clear highlighted text in components box Question Coded texts for the question Clear selection Check to show components when creating tables produced in Question tab Components of highlighted text in the left box • Text that has been coded can be combined. • Text that has been combined can be excluded Highlight text(s) that you want to exclude from this combination
  23. 23. 23 Adding Codes We can add new codes to existing codes from questionnaire. One case where adding codes is necessary is when we want to create header code for code resulting from combination/grouping. Toadd codes type in the box the text. Then click Add Now we have new code “South East Asia” for this question. In this case the code will be empty when we run the table but we have a plan to combine this code with other codes and act as aheader. Click view if you want to preview result first, then clickAdd.
  24. 24. 24 Coding - Combining and Excluding Codes Example Reorder code Highlight all codes you want to combine, and click Combine When combining code, the top code will be header Highlighting code will show components Combine header code with another code New code component Highlight a code that you want to exclude from components. Click Exclude Checking this will show components of a code in the table Run table for the question
  25. 25. 25 Coding – Open End Text Coding (1) Two methods of Coding Uncoded Text • Text has to be coded to create table. • Splitter identifies uncoded text in the Uncoded Text box, check show to display • Splitter has two coding method : Row coding and Label coding. • In Row coding you capture the whole content in the cell, while Label coding you capture the ‘label’ ie component of the content. In a content, component is separated by a comma Click to code only the selection Click to code all text Open End Text Coding in Splitter Row Coding Label Coding Uncoded Text Uncoded Text
  26. 26. 26 Coding – Open End Text Coding (2) Editing Uncoded Text in Row Coding to Get Full Context • In order to make proper editing we have to capture the whole cell content to understand the context, thus working in Row coding. • Highlight text and edit it in the editing box. Show highlighted text Copy highlighted text Edit and return it to uncoded text box Edited, Uncoded text. Row Coding Editing box
  27. 27. 27 Editing Codes After Editing & Before Coding – Switch Uncoded Text to Label Coding – Then Code • In most cases you will want to select Label coding method to code open end text (after texts have been edited). It is as if you are working on a multiple answer question and try to separate its option answers through the use of comma as separator. • After editing, when you switch coding method to Label, you will see in uncoded box text already separated by content/label • Now you are basically ready to code text • You may want to check again, whether editing is still needed as the example below shows • Then click on Code-All to code all uncoded texts. Highlight thetext. Write down editedversion. If you want to split use comma between separate content. You can select to edit uncoded, sending backto the uncoded box or press edit/add to code directly. View to view the editing result. Here we choose directly to code by pressing edit/splitbutton. Look that previous codein uncoded box is nowgone. Click Code All – To code all text in uncoded box
  28. 28. 28 Search Tab • The search function is to view responses for respondents with certain criteria through filter. We can apply filters up to 10 level. Respondent ID Number Responses to particular question Applying filters
  29. 29. 29 Output Tab (1) Net applies for coding combination: One respondent with answer code of multiple occurrence will only be counted 1time instead oftotal Show tables in Percentage or Count For cases where missing data exist, choose whether to includethe missing data as respondent base or just respondents with answers. To showthe average (ofcode number). For question withnumeric data, whether to show average and standard deviation of the actual numeric value or itscode number To show standard deviation(of code number) Will show Top 1, Top2, Top 3 percentage. Usually for scaling where we are interested in combining responses. Significant test on the average or proportion (Percentage of Top 1, Top2 or Top 3 Boxes) Back to Question tab or Grid tab Create data sheet : Code number format, or Label/Text format
  30. 30. 30 Output Tab (2) Overall Liking Overall Taste Flavor taste Sweetness Sourness Thickness Texture Size Amount Appearance Color Aroma Overall Flavor aroma Aftertaste Resp 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 Dislike Extremely 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Dislike Very Much 0.0% 0.8% 0.0% 0.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Dislike Moderately 1.6% 0.8% 1.6% 3.3% 5.7% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% Dislike Slightly 4.1% 3.3% 1.6% 6.5% 14.6% 1.6% 0.8% 0.8% 2.4% 0.0% 0.0% 2.4% 3.3% 4.9% Neither Like nor Dislike 6.5% 5.7% 2.4% 4.1% 6.5% 2.4% 0.8% 4.1% 4.1% 1.6% 3.3% 4.9% 1.6% 5.7% Like slightly 16.3% 16.3% 17.1% 18.7% 18.7% 22.0% 8.9% 8.9% 6.5% 12.2% 14.6% 12.2% 17.9% 15.4% Like moderately 42.3% 38.2% 56.1% 54.5% 45.5% 65.9% 65.9% 69.1% 68.3% 68.3% 71.5% 56.9% 57.7% 58.5% Like very much 22.8% 31.7% 17.1% 10.6% 8.9% 7.3% 22.0% 15.4% 17.9% 16.3% 9.8% 19.5% 15.4% 13.0% Like extremely 6.5% 3.3% 4.1% 1.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% 1.6% 0.8% 3.3% 3.3% 1.6% Total 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% Average 6.878 6.935 6.919 6.504 6.106 6.724 7.073 6.943 6.976 7.041 6.902 6.935 6.878 6.715 StdDev 1.239 1.213 1.005 1.263 1.407 0.771 0.759 0.803 0.814 0.645 0.633 0.998 0.972 1.036 Top3box 71.5% 73.2% 77.2% 66.7% 54.5% 73.2% 88.6% 85.4% 87.0% 86.2% 82.1% 79.7% 76.4% 73.2% • An example from a product test research. Splitter creating tables from Grid tab and selecting Average, Standard Deviation, and Top 3 Boxes on liking overall and its attributes.
  31. 31. 31 Output Tab (3) Overall Liking Gender Usership Age Group Total Male Female User A User B User C 15-20 yo 21-25 yo Resp 164 66 98 62 61 41 82 82 Dislike Extremely 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Dislike Very Much 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Dislike Moderately 1.2% 1.5% 1.0% 0.0% 0.0% 4.9% 2.4% 0.0% Dislike Slightly 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Neither Like nor Dislike 0.6% 1.5% 0.0% 1.6% 0.0% 0.0% 1.2% 0.0% Like slightly 12.8% 13.6% 12.2% 16.1% 11.5% 9.8% 12.2% 13.4% Like moderately 37.8% 31.8% 41.8% 30.6% 42.6% 41.5% 42.7% 32.9% Like very much 41.5% 48.5% 36.7% 45.2% 41.0% 36.6% 35.4% 47.6% Like extremely 6.1% 3.0% 8.2% 6.5% 4.9% 7.3% 6.1% 6.1% Total 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% Average 7.348 7.318 7.367 7.387 7.393 7.220 7.232 7.463 StdDev 0.944 0.979 0.924 0.894 0.759 1.235 1.058 0.804 Top3box 85.4% 83.3% 86.7% 82.3% 88.5% 85.4% 84.1% 86.6% Mean Difference at 95% Total - not not not not not not not Male not - not not not not not not Female not not - not not not not not User A not not not - not not not not User B not not not not - not not not User C not not not not not - not not 15-20 yo not not not not not not - not 21-25 yo not not not not not not not - • Another example from a product test research. Splitter creating table from Question tab with Across variables on gender, usership and age and selecting Average, Standard Deviation, Top 3 Boxes, and significant test Significant difference between segments is shown in the cell where the two labels meet. The cell where arrows meet here show the difference between total respondents and male is not significant. If significant there will be ‘sig’ sign
  32. 32. Overall Liking Overall Taste Flavor taste Sweetness Sourness Thickness Texture Size Amount Appearance Color Aroma Overall Flavor aroma Aftertaste Resp 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 Dislike Extremely 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Dislike Very Much 0.0% 0.8% 0.0% 0.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Dislike Moderately 2.4% 1.6% 1.6% 4.1% 7.3% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 1.6% 1.6% 1.6% Dislike Slightly 4.1% 3.3% 2.4% 6.5% 14.6% 2.4% 0.8% 0.8% 3.3% 0.0% 0.0% 2.4% 3.3% 4.9% Neither Like nor Dislike 6.5% 5.7% 2.4% 3.3% 7.3% 2.4% 0.8% 4.9% 4.1% 1.6% 3.3% 4.9% 1.6% 5.7% Like slightly 16.3% 15.4% 16.3% 18.7% 17.1% 22.8% 8.9% 8.1% 5.7% 12.2% 14.6% 11.4% 18.7% 15.4% Like moderately 43.1% 40.7% 56.9% 55.3% 46.3% 65.0% 68.3% 70.7% 69.1% 68.3% 72.4% 57.7% 56.9% 59.3% Like very much 21.1% 29.3% 16.3% 9.8% 7.3% 6.5% 19.5% 13.8% 17.1% 16.3% 8.9% 18.7% 15.4% 12.2% Like extremely 6.5% 3.3% 4.1% 1.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8% 1.6% 0.8% 3.3% 2.4% 0.8% Total 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% Average 6.829 6.886 6.894 6.480 6.024 6.683 7.049 6.919 6.951 7.041 6.894 6.902 6.821 6.6585366 StdDev 1.278 1.249 1.031 1.289 1.446 0.803 0.745 0.806 0.848 0.645 0.625 1.051 1.017 1.062 Pearson Correlation Overall Liking - 0.917 0.770 0.741 0.610 0.554 0.422 0.520 0.491 0.555 0.377 0.793 0.708 0.778 Overall Taste 0.917 - 0.780 0.742 0.628 0.618 0.446 0.528 0.451 0.606 0.426 0.772 0.733 0.786 Flavor taste 0.770 0.780 - 0.662 0.530 0.563 0.412 0.513 0.416 0.512 0.301 0.701 0.748 0.685 Sweetness 0.741 0.742 0.662 - 0.495 0.505 0.377 0.559 0.464 0.528 0.399 0.622 0.541 0.623 Sourness 0.610 0.628 0.530 0.495 - 0.480 0.372 0.459 0.315 0.421 0.239 0.509 0.427 0.619 Thickness 0.554 0.618 0.563 0.505 0.480 - 0.451 0.492 0.399 0.547 0.472 0.526 0.482 0.526 Texture 0.422 0.446 0.412 0.377 0.372 0.451 - 0.649 0.497 0.576 0.434 0.425 0.304 0.446 Size 0.520 0.528 0.513 0.559 0.459 0.492 0.649 - 0.654 0.495 0.374 0.542 0.473 0.504 Amount 0.491 0.451 0.416 0.464 0.315 0.399 0.497 0.654 - 0.483 0.331 0.574 0.399 0.509 Appearance 0.555 0.606 0.512 0.528 0.421 0.547 0.576 0.495 0.483 - 0.661 0.550 0.461 0.559 Color 0.377 0.426 0.301 0.399 0.239 0.472 0.434 0.374 0.331 0.661 - 0.334 0.357 0.266 Aroma Overall 0.793 0.772 0.701 0.622 0.509 0.526 0.425 0.542 0.574 0.550 0.334 - 0.804 0.777 Flavor aroma 0.708 0.733 0.748 0.541 0.427 0.482 0.304 0.473 0.399 0.461 0.357 0.804 - 0.694 Aftertaste 0.778 0.786 0.685 0.623 0.619 0.526 0.446 0.504 0.509 0.559 0.266 0.777 0.694 - 32 Output Tab (4) • An example from product test, Splitter creating table in Grid tab and selecting output on Average, Standard Deviation and Pearson Correlation
  33. 33. 33 Diagnostic Tab – Data Entry Editor Tab RespondentID ( or content in1st column) Answercodes (uncodedtext will show the text) This area show the type oferror for the whole respondents for thequestion This area show the type of error specific for the highlighted case on the top leftbox In case of error, the box will display respondent numberthat haserrors Display codesin highlightedcase Type in here edited content Single or Multiple answerquestion Answered by All respondents orConditional Question in focus •Empty Cell : Shouldbe filled butempty •Multiple Answer : Multiple codes in a single answerquestion •Fill without condition : in a skip question, should be empty but filled •Code out of range : code number largerthan number of labels •Text : Should becoded •Redundant : Samecode number typed more than 1 (ignore if a result from combinecodes) •0 : not allowed forcode (ignore if it is numeric data) •Non integer :fraction (ignore if it is numeric data)
  34. 34. 34 Diagnostic Tab – Data Type Tab • For every question, Splitter will try to identify data type for each question based on survey data on spreadsheet. • Of importance here is for Numeric data type where erroneously identified as nominal because the data contains text. The effect is the question will not show up in Numeric tab. • You should change the data type to numeric using the function here and edit the data further on Numeric tab.
  35. 35. 35 Diagnostic Tab – Single/Multiple Tab • Data entry diagnostic will use this input to determine whether there are error in filling multiple answers in a single answer question. As default Splitter will use single answer for each question. You change it later for questions which are multiple.
  36. 36. 36 Diagnostic Tab – Skip Logic Tab • Data entry diagnostic will use this input to determine whether there are error in cells that conditional : only fill when condition is met. • Click on the question that is conditional and select question and the options as the condition.
  37. 37. 37 Appendix Formula 𝑡 = 𝑚1 − 𝑚2 ൗ𝑠1 2 𝑛1 + ൗ𝑠2 2 𝑛2 𝑧 = 𝑝1 − 𝑝2 ҧ𝑝(1 − ҧ𝑝) 𝑛1 + ҧ𝑝(1 − ҧ𝑝) 𝑛2 ҧ𝑝 = 𝑝1 𝑛1 + 𝑝2 𝑛2 𝑛1 + 𝑛2 𝑟 = σ𝑖=1 𝑛 (𝑥𝑖 − ҧ𝑥)(𝑦𝑖 − ത𝑦) σ𝑖=1 𝑛 (𝑥𝑖 − ҧ𝑥)2 σ𝑖=1 𝑛 (𝑦𝑖 − ത𝑦)2 • For mean significant difference: • For proportion significant difference: • For Pearson correlation: Only for Grid, scaling question
  38. 38. APPENDIX
  39. 39. Install Splitter
  40. 40. Download Splitter. Save in your preferred directory. Open Excel, go to Excel Option, then Add-Ins. 40 • Splitter is an Excel Add-Ins /macro program • If at any point during Splitter installation Excel asks for enable macro, reply yes.
  41. 41. In Add-Ins: Manage Excel Add-Ins. Go… 41
  42. 42. Browse for Splitter in the directory. 42
  43. 43. Turn on Developer tab. 43 •Excel 2007 : Excel option, Popular, check Show Developer tab in the ribbon •Excel 2010, 2013, 2016 : Excel option, Customize Ribbon, under main tab check Developer
  44. 44. On Developer tab, click Visual Basic. On Visual Basic window, select Splitter. Run. 44
  45. 45. Splitter is installed. Add-Ins tab shows. 45
  46. 46. Run Splitter
  47. 47. Click on Splitter menu to start Splitter. At first run, survey data has to be on the top sheet (Active sheet). 47 Running Splitter with empty data
  48. 48. Survey data in Sheet on the top. Format : Starts at cell A1 , Questions to the right, Respondents downward. Splitter format = Google Forms survey data format downloaded as Excel. 48
  49. 49. A few moment after clicking Splitter, you are ready to create tables. 49
  50. 50. Create Analysis Tables: Basic Tables, Cross-tabulations, Filters, Open End answers and many more… 50
  51. 51. How to Activate
  52. 52. • After installing there is a 3 day free trial • Afterwards, Activation code can be purchased online via paypal. • Activation code will be sent to your paypal email shortly after payment. • To Activate Enter code in Splitter pop up window. • This is not a subscription. After activation period is up there is no automatic renewal. • You would want to purchase code to re-activate Splitter Buy Activation Code – Splitter Pro X version 52 1 Month $17 3 Months $38 6 Months $68 1 Year $102 Select Activation Period Option Will go to PayPal Landing Page
  53. 53. Video Tutorial
  54. 54. • To complement this tutorial, this video tutorial shows the basics of using Splitter Pro X version. Click here to watch • In the Pro X video tutorial we only discuss the additional tabs not available in the Pro and Student version. For complete tutorial you may want to watch both Student and Pro video tutorials. • Watch the Student version here. • Watch the Pro version here. Video Tutorial Splitter Pro X Version 54
  55. 55. Survey Data Entry in Excel
  56. 56. Survey Data Entry in Excel 56 • For processing questionnaires using paper and pen. • Survey spreadsheet for Splitter Pro X uses the following format • Column for question • Row for case/respondent • First row is for questions • Under Q1 is respondents answers for the question and so on for following column. • The cell content is “code” that is number representing label option in the questionnaire. • It can also be text, usually for “other mention” or open ended question. • Or numeric data, that is number that doesn’t represent label option in the questionnaire. Case ID Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 1 3 1,2 24 2 2 2 1,3 23 3 3 1 2,3,4 43 4 4 Blackberry 1 33 2 Case/ Respondent Questions ‘code’ text The labels for each code will later be entered during Splitter setup when running the sheet containing survey data. numeric
  57. 57. 57 Questionnaire Example S means single answer question, only 1 answer allowed M means multiple answer question, 1 answer or more allowed Paragraph question Numeric question Skip Jump Important : In Splitter the option anwer codes to be used in each question has to be in sequential and continuous number starting from 1 (1,2,3, 4 etc). Can not jump. It is common for the option of Don’t know or Not Available the assigned code is 98 or 99. For Splitter it is not allowed. Just assign a number after the last code option number.
  58. 58. Spreadsheet Preparation 58 Questions on the first row. You can copy and paste from the questionnaire You can add new field in addition to questions in questionnaire. Here we added ID respondent. Examples of codes in single answer and multiple answer, text, and numeric. It is possible to have mixed content codes and text. The question in 1st row will be displayed in Splitter No need to worry about the display/how it looks and neatness of survey spreadsheet. Splitter only focuses on the cell content Steps : 1. Create 1st row for questions. One column for one question (Except for grid question- see above example) 2. Starting from 2nd row onwards, fill in each column answer from each respondent 3. No empty row, has to be continuous The label for each code in spreadsheet will be entered in setup. Empty cell due to skip jump Numeric
  59. 59. 59 Data Entry Guide Cases for Single Answer question: • Just type the code as circled/crossed in the questionnaire : “1”, “7” • or if text “blackberry”. Cases for Multiple Answers question: •Comma is used for multiple entry in a cell : “1,2,3,6”. Other character is not allowed such as “;”, “.”, or “/” • No comma as preceding or ending data : “,1,2” or “1,2,”. Splitter will recognize as empty data. However this can be edited later in the program. • Any order is ok. “1,2” or “2,1” is the same. • Spacing is allowed : “1, 2” or “ 1,2 ” or “ 1 , 2” • Codes and text mixed together is allowed “ 1, Blackberry” or “Android, 3, Blackberry” Cases for open end text: • Just write the text as it is. Comma is allowed “ I like the brand. User friendly, the processor also the fastest”. Other characters are allowed except “;” semi colon. Cases for Numeric: • No comma is allowed for thousands for example “1005” and not “1,005” • “0” zero, negative and fraction number is acceptable. For fraction use period “.” Cases Skip Jump: • Since spreadsheet is in order of question, for skip jump empty column is expected. Have to fill in the right column/question
  60. 60. 60 Notes for Data Entry for Question with Grid Format (1) Incorrect coding number, for example the design liking result will always have code 1 In the example below, each attribute is considered one question thus one column. Arrow direction represents the next column content in the spreadsheet
  61. 61. 61 What brands would you say is…. Notes for Data Entry for Question with Grid Format (2) Associated images of a brand, Multiple Answer What brands associated with a particular image, Multiple Answer Arrow direction is the next column in the spreadsheet. Each brand one column. Arrow direction is the next column in the spreadsheet. Each attribute one column.
  62. 62. Survey Data Format in Excel for Splitter Analysis – For Any Online Surveys Exported to Excel
  63. 63. Survey Data Format in Excel for Splitter Analysis 63 • We choose a particular online survey platform for various reasons from its ease of use, attractive interface or access to respondents. • Often we want to have more on the analysis side, more in-depth analysis on crosstabulation and filter or analysis on open end results, the service that Splitter performs. • Splitter reads survey data in Excel in a format that is used by Google Forms • We need to export survey data to Excel or in a file that can be opened by Excel. • The issue is that often the format is different with that of Google Forms and therefore we need to modify first • However since the data is on Excel the modification is relatively easy to do
  64. 64. Common Issue on Online Survey Data Exported to Excel 64 • Survey data exported to Excel or in a file that can be opened in Excel often has the following format: • First row is for question list • Second row may be needed for question info or label • Every cell is only allowed single answer. For multiple answer question, each answer in separate cells. • Therefore one question may need more than one column, depending on number of answers in multiple answer questions. • Survey data format as downloaded from Google Forms is simple: • First row is for question list, each column is for each question in the questionnaire • Starting from 2nd row onwards, every column contains answer from each respondent for each question • For multiple answer question, separate each answer by a comma “,” The main issue is on number of ‘answer’ in a cell. In Google Forms, one cell is for any number of answer (whether single or multiple answers – and to separate with comma in case of multiple), while in other format one cell should only contain one answer thus for multiple answer requires more cells.
  65. 65. Illustration 65 Case ID Q1. What brand of smartphone do you own? Q2. What smartphone brand(s) convey young image? Response Other Response Samsung Iphone Oppo Xiaomi Respondent 1 Samsung Samsung Iphone Xiaomi Respondent 2 Samsung Samsung Iphone Respondent 3 Iphone Iphone Respondent 4 Other response Lenovo Samsung Iphone Oppo Xiaomi Case ID Q1. What brand of smartphone do you own? Q2. What smartphone brand(s) convey young image? Respondent 1 Samsung Samsung, Iphone, Xiaomi Respondent 2 Samsung Samsung, Iphone Respondent 3 Iphone Iphone Respondent 4 Lenovo Samsung, Iphone, Oppo, Xiaomi Google Forms format : One column is for one question. For multiple answer question : separate each answer by a comma Format of Typical Survey Data Exported to Excel : One question may need more than one column. For multiple answer question, each answer is in separate cells. Row for label info
  66. 66. Next : Modify Format 66 • Main task in modifying format is basically on regrouping answers from multiple answer question that is on a number of cells into one cell and organize data table. • It may need some manual work. • You can use the following formula to combine two values in two cells and to separate the combination by a comma • =IF(LEN(TRIM(A1))=0,"",A1) & IF(LEN(TRIM(B1))=0,"",","&A2) • Just add & IF(LEN(TRIM(cell_address))=0,"",","&cell_adress) to add another answer/cell
  67. 67. Splitter Other Versions
  68. 68. • In addition to Pro version, other versions of Splitter are: • Student version : Cross tabulation and Filter. For segment and subpopulation analysis. Tutorial here. • Pro version : Analysis for Open End questions. Tutorial here. • There is also Easy Pivot, an alternative to Excel Pivot Table. • For sales data analysis. • Despite its simplicity, some people often get confused by Pivot Table menu and table output. Easy Pivot is equally simple, however some may find the process to get table output is easier to understand so that they know what the numbers really mean • Tutorial here. Splitter Versions and Easy Pivot 68
  69. 69. About
  70. 70. • MaxiResearch is a market research company in Jakarta. • Visit www.maxiresearch.com • Splitter Pivot Table for Market Research and Easy Pivot is developed by MaxiResearch founder Adhi Wikantyoso. • Linkedin profile here • Splitter Promotional Video here • Documents produced uploaded in Slideshare here • Create collection of Google Forms questionnaires which being put up and updated in MaxiResearch blog, in English and Bahasa Indonesia, that you can copy to your Gdrive for free. Click here. • For any questions regarding Splitter or training email us at ask@maxiresearch.com MaxiResearch 70
  71. 71. 71 MaxiResearch PT. Mulia Karya Inovasi Office 8, Level 18-A Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 52-53 SCBD Jakarta Selatan 12910 Indonesia www.maxiresearch.com ask@maxiresearch.com Thank You