How to Reuse Code Frames in Q
22 January 2019 | by Oliver Harrison

Coding open-ended and ‘other/specify’ responses can often be a tedious task for market researchers. In this post I will instead show you how to reuse

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How to Code Other/Specify Responses in Q
22 January 2019 | by Oliver Harrison

Coding open-ended responses can often be a tedious and time-consuming task for market researchers, especially when you include an ‘Other/specify’ option and then need to

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How to Code an Open-Ended Question into a Single Response Question in Q
22 January 2019 | by Oliver Harrison

Coding open-ended responses can often be a tedious task for market researchers. In this post I will show you how to easily code a single

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How to Code Open-Ended Responses with Multiple Mentions in Q
22 January 2019 | by Oliver Harrison

Coding open-ended responses can often be a tedious task for market researchers. In this post I will show you how to easily code multiple open-ended

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How to Code an Open-Ended Question into a Multiple Response Question in Q
22 January 2019 | by Oliver Harrison

Coding open-ended responses can often be a tedious task for market researchers. In this post I will show you how to easily code a single

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How to Create a Box Plot in Q
21 January 2019 | by Chris Facer

Box plots are a tidy way to illustrate statistical properties of a set of numeric data. A box plot will typically show you the median

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How to Relabel Rows and Columns of Tables using R in Q
21 January 2019 | by Matt Steele

Q enables you to flexibly mix data from different tables. The mixing process creates a new table as an R Output. Consider the example table

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How to Do Principal Components Analysis in Q
16 January 2019 | by Chris Facer

Principal Components Analysis (PCA) is a technique for taking a large number of variables and creating a new, smaller set of variables. These aim to

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How to Create a Banner in Q
07 January 2019 | by Daren Jackson

In constructing crosstabs, it can be helpful to see more than one question on an individual axis. Other instances may require labels to be “nested”,

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