Considering domains and survey questions discussed in the previous videos, this video covers documenting questions and answers for each domain of the survey.
- [Instructor] Okay, now that we designed … and mocked up our survey, … we need to document our survey questions and answers. … Just to remind you, we started with a list of domains. … That guided us as to what topics … on which to base our questions. … Then, we made a survey mock-up in Word. … We made a section for each domain, … then decided on questions. … I won't go into detail about how to wordsmith questions, … but let me point out that you do have to do a good job … designing the question, … or ultimately the survey is no good. … If you want, you can mix up questions … from different domains, but we don't normally do that … because we don't want to confuse the respondent. … If you are asking about food, … and then you are asking about drinks, … you'll confuse the respondent … if you put food and drink questions together. … Also in the mock-up, we put some programming specifications … for SurveyMonkey, and we typed out … all the text that was needed to be copied and pasted … into SurveyMonkey, like the instructions at the beginning. …
- How curation files function as part of data management
- Back-end curation
- Front-end curation
- Steps for dashboard design
- Designing surveys
- Creating warehouse, analytic, and application flow diagrams
- Text-based curation files
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Data Curation
2. Back-End Curation
3. Front-End Curation
4. Special Curation for Surveys
5. Flow Diagrams
6. Text-Based Curation Files
7. Application in the Field
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