- 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
- Example SuAVE Surveys can be found under the “Gallery” tab at http://suave.sdsc.edu/
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.
Table of contents
- Setting Up a Survey on LimeSurvey
- Setting Up a Google Spreadsheet to House Survey Data
- Create a SuAVE Survey for Data Visualization and Interaction
- Tool for mapping Multiple Choice and List questions
- Multiple Records for Same Participant
- Preparing a class roster for import in LimeSurvey
- Configuring LimeSurvey for an existing SuAVE gallery
- Custom Limesurvey Registration Form