Support Staff2 Posted by William on 27 Jan, 2012 01:38 AM
What are you looking for specifically? We're pretty sure the
online tools give you everything you can get with the old
spreadsheet data. If there is something in the spreadsheet that you
can't get with the online tools, we'd like to correct it.
In the meantime, though, we've already made a "standardized
data" download available that you can use instead of the normal raw
data spreadsheet so that you don't have to re-do all of the work of
standardizing your categories.
I am struggling with something similar. I've pulled down all of
the spreadsheets b/c I'm used to the format of the data in them. I
did all of my standardization online though and am not able to
import that data into my spreadsheet. I've pulled down the
"standardized data" download but it's missing any fields that would
allow me to correlate that data with the raw data. it needs to
include the original category label (along with the standardized
one) and/or the card position numbers should match up. it's quite a
Support Staff5 Posted by William on 07 Feb, 2012 03:03 AM
The "participants who used this category" number not being
available in the online results is an oversight. As a workaround,
you can click the "+" on the left hand side of the row to see a
list of the original category labels.
As for the agreement score, it looks like that calculation was
removed from the online results. I'll need to look into it to see
if that's the case and if so what the reason was before I get back
The standardization data spreadsheet need a little bit of
massaging inside the analysis template - it can't be used
identically to the raw data.
Import the standardized data into the analysis template as if it
were your raw data. Once you've populated the data by clicking the
button on the first sheet, all you need to do is copy across the
standardized category names from the "Original Categories" column
to the "Standardized Categories" column.
Unfortunately this means you don't get to see the original
category names in the analysis spreadsheet so you can't compare
them. But since you've already completed your standardization, this
shouldn't be too big a problem.
If you need any further help with the spreadsheets, or if you
run into any more trouble, please get in touch.