Hi. I am a GIS Instructor at a local community college. I created a simple "welcome to GIS class" survey for my community college students this quarter, using Survey123, and have linked those responses to a Dashboard. However, one of the questions, which was a Ranking type in Survey123, generated a coded string answer for each of the respondents. Screenshot of my last survey question (which was "Where do you most often get your news information?":
So, when I pull the answers into Dashboard, in a Serial Chart, it looks something like:
Each of the 10 survey respondents had a different way of ranking the choices, so each answer is unique. But, what I was hoping to do with this question, was display how many people chose one of the answers, say "internet" as their top choice, or what was the overwhelming least favorite answer?
The only way I can think of to display these answers is in List form, but that is also very underwhelming/confusing and doesn't allow for analysis. Thoughts? What am I missing?
I want to know if I should tell my students to avoid using Ranking questions for their Survey123/Dashboard assignment coming up...
This is over a year ago, but you are right that it really isn't possible to use the ranked responses unless you write a data expression and reclassify them. Another option, is if you've shared the results with the class, you can actually embed the analyze page in dashboard and turn off the view on all the other questions, just to display the ranked question... not the perfect fix, but it was a solution I came up with. Then it displays just that chart!