LimeSurvey Integration

  • LimeSurvey is great for providing a user-friendly interface for data collection.
  • SuAVE is great for providing a platform to interact and explore data.
  • Combining the two makes a really powerful tool. We’re going to look into how to bridge the two to build a powerful pipeline that opens the accessibility to visualize and contribute data.
  • I encourage you to explore an example in SuAVE to get an idea of what

Guide for this section

  • For the first steps in setting up a LimeSurvey survey, click here.

  • For instructions on setting up the Google Sheet that will accompany the survey, click here.

  • To set up the SuAVE visualization for the LimeSurvey survey, follow the steps here.

  • Linked here is a tool for mapping multiple choice and list questions in the Google Sheet that accompanies the survey.

  • If you would like participants to be able to fill out the survey more than once, click here.

  • If you have a class roster in Google Sheets that will be the audience for the survey, click here. This link also contains instructions on if you want to add TAs, deactivate or reactivate a survey, and editing the number of uses per student for the survey.

  • If you would like to create a LimeSurvey survey for an existing SuAVE visualization, follow the steps here.

  • To learn how to set up a custom survey registration form (used when participants can sign themselves up for the survey, not when they are assigned to complete the survey), click here.

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