Pages in this section:
Section 4: Analysis
Analysing a file
Screenshotting your maps
Filters: Tracing paths
Filters: Focus on / exclude specific factors
Filters: Top factors and links
Filters: Combine opposites
Filters: Remove brackets
Filters: Collapse factors
Filters: Include / exclude hashtags
Formatters: Colour factor labels
The Links Table
The Sources Table
The Factors table
The Statements Table
The Mentions Table
The Questions Table
⚒️ The Closed Question Blocks Table
See also features in Tables which are common to all tables.
The closed question table provides a summary of the responses to the closed questions asked at the end of each QuIP questionnaire domain. The following symbols are used in the tables to represent the direction of change indicated by the response to the closed question:
Direction of change
“No change” “Stayed the same”
"Better” “Improved” “Increased”
Some examples of using this table:
Closed questions by source (basic)gives an overview of how each individual respondent answered each closed question, which you can see below.
- A summary of how each source responded:
Closed questions summarypresents the total respondent counts for each direction of change. For every closed question you can see how many respondents reported positive, negative, or no change in that domain. You may wish to search and filter the statements to view only the closed question responses from a particular respondent group.
Why would I use this table?
These tables provide a snapshot of the overall trends of change across the domains, so they can be a helpful introduction and “easing in” to the findings - before diving deeper into the causal stories! The closed question responses can also provide interesting insights when compared to the open-ended responses, especially in cases where they might differ.
More information on how the app recodes your closed question responses can be found here.