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Once the survey is made, how can you parse the data and understand the survey results? As SharePoint consultants we want our clients to get the most out of SharePoint. This post will take you through reviewing and compiling the survey results.
SharePoint has the ability to graph the survey responses. Once a survey is completed by one or more respondents, you can view the results in a comparative graphical form, or view the answers given by individual respondents.
Figure 8: The Graphical Summary Page
Figure 9: The All Responses Page
Figure 10: The View Response Page
SharePoint surveys can capture a lot of information and viewing the results on the screen is great for a quick review, however, sometimes it will be necessary to look at the details and perform the kind of data analysis only available in Excel. Thankfully SharePoint can export the results of a survey into an Excel spreadsheet.
Note: If a warning dialog box appears identifying a potential security concern, click Enable if you were the one who initiated the export from SharePoint.
Figure 11: The Survey in Excel
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