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Re: software for running and analysing questionnaires easily?

From: Heiko Haller <heiko.haller@fzi.de>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2008 12:12:58 +0200
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Cc: public-semweb-ui@w3.org, listit@csail.mit.edu
To: Leo Sauermann <leo.sauermann@dfki.de>

On 1. Oct, 2008, at 10:14 , Leo Sauermann wrote:

> Hi fellow researchers,
>
> I am about to do a final experiment for my PhD, interviews with  
> knoweldge workers about semantic desktop.
>
> I will have two questionnaires that cover the same topic: PIM  
> activities (finding, reminding).
> One questionnaire will cover the "current state" in their PIM  
> behaviour,
> the second will cover "do you think semantic desktop will help in  
> PIM".
>
> Most questions will have 5-point Likert-scale answers.
>
> Some of these questions will correlate (double-checking the same  
> fact with similar questions at different times) so I expect some of  
> the answers to correlate.
>
> Do you know of software for this:
> * Making 5-point likert scale questionnaires
> * Having participants fill-out these questionnaires on-screen (via  
> web or desktop app)
google speadsheets offer web-based questionnaires

> * Mathematical analysis of answers finding out correlations
/the/ classic statistics tool for that: SPSS.
Though probably there are cheaper alternatives...

> * Computation of mean/derivation/etc and plotting of graphs
** SPSS
** MS-Excel

>

Cheers - Heiko

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