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.
This table makes searching for a specific statement easy. By clicking on a row in this table you will jump straight to the statement, meaning you can edit the associated factors in the left-hand-side panel. This table shows you all the statements in your map file. You can use the search bars to look for statements by their id or by a word/phrase in the text.
There are two presets for this table:
Statements (basic)this will automatically load when you click on this tab and displays statement id, text, source_id and question id
Statements metadatathis preset gives you more information about who said which statement and shows you household code, name of province , village , age as well as the fields listed above. If your metadata fields are called something different just add them to the columns box to display them.
Remember the print view button may come in handy to view your table as plain text.
statement_id. A running number from 1 upwards.
source_id. A code which matches the field
question_id. A code which matches the field
statement_memo. For making notes about a statement as you code.