One of my anonymous participants checked a wrong answer, that I first noticed while using ESF Reporting+. Because of that, one of my graphs looks weird – can I somehow adjust his answer to another given option?
My project number is 997787, named “Narrative preferences”. I start off with asking my participants which gamer type they are (e.g. Acrobat, Gardener, Ninja, etc.). My participants either have a primary gamer type (e.g. Acrobat) or a blender type (Acrobat/Gardener).
I noticed that during the first question (q_12274753) that asked, what is your primary gamer type, one participant selected “Acrobat”. And in the second question (q_12274802), where I ask for his blender type (in case he has one), he gave in “Acrobat” again, so he was an “Acrobat/Acrobat” (instead of choosing the option “I am not a blender type”).
Is there any way I can change his answer from the second question from “Acrobat” to the option “I am not a blender type”? It looks a bit weird on my EFS Reporting+ graph.
in EFS there is a function to be able to change data (Statistics >> Detailed view >> Pencil icon). This right is not normally enabled in Unipark.
However, you could also exclude this participant from the entire evaluation: Report >> Report filter, and then select the variable lfdn at the top, != i.e. unequal, and then enter the corresponding number of this participant.
I apologize for the delay – but the filter function worked. I excluded it and now the tables don´t look too weird anymore. I´ve sent an e-mail now to “email@example.com”, to activate the PDF export function (can only currently export the results as HTML).