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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Who Form 5495 Survey

Instructions and Help about Who Form 5495 Survey

So, in this video, we're going to look at how to cross-analyze answers to surveys. This is a survey that I've used in the past. The first thing to do when you finish your survey and collect your responses is to stop people from adding additional responses. To do this, open up your survey form, go to responses, and press the button to stop additional responses. To start analyzing the data, open up the responses tab. Here, you can scroll down and see some nice charts that look at specific questions. However, if you want to cross-analyze your information, such as finding out what drinks people who like kebabs also like, you need to do some analysis. To access all the data, click on the green button at the top of the cross-tab. The first time you run this, it will ask you to create a spreadsheet. Once you've created the spreadsheet, it will take you straight to it. In the spreadsheet, you will see 24 lines, which represent 23 responses (including the heading). Let's take a look at some of this information. We have columns for agendas, drinks, and food options. Notice that people could select more than one drink. The answers to other music preferences are shown in the columns to the right. Let's focus on two pieces of information: the food that people like and whether they agree that they like opera. We'll highlight these two columns. To do this, select the columns and choose a particular color. You can identify the columns easily this way. In this case, we are highlighting the columns for opera and classical music. Next, we are going to create a table to analyze the relationship between food options and the agreement on liking opera. Here are the options for food: Chinese, KFC, Visa, McDonald's, and Indian....