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Hi - Has anyone used an online survey creation tool? My client has request one- details below - Im sure there are websites that host this type of thing that I could build then embed into the clients website? Right? Like this one…

http://booroo.com/surveys/

Or are there better ones? Any pointers would be greatly received cheers!

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Scoring instructions for online version:
There are 4 scales. At the end of each individual scale, please have the online questionnaire/calculator compute:
0 points for each answer of “strongly disagree”
1 point for each answer of “disagree”
2 points for each answer of “agree”
3 points for each answer of “strongly agree”
Do this in each of the four scales; do not add all the points of all scales together.

Please create an “if-then” calculation in your online survey:

If scale 1 has the highest score, the response page should read:
“You are biologically foremost an Explorer. When you collaborate with others, you are predominantly an Innovator, and you’re neurochemically inclined to be a Charismatic Leader. At the Fisher/Paresky session, you’ll have the chance to share your insights about this new leadership paradigm, and will likely surprise yourself with something new and creative in the way you inspire and lead others.”

If scale 2 has the highest score, the response page should read:
“You are biologically foremost a Builder. When you collaborate with others, you are predominantly a Protector, and you’re neurochemically inclined to be an Authoritative Leader. At the Fisher/Paresky session, you will learn what steps to take to accentuate your abilities as an ethical and conscientious leader.”

If scale 3 has the highest score, the response page should read:
“You are biologically foremost a Director. When you collaborate with others, you are predominantly a Driver, and you’re neurochemically inclined to be a Commanding Leader. At the Fisher/Paresky session, you will learn how this is not another Myers/Briggs type of assessment, and you will leave with a set of strategies for analyzing situations in order to get the most out of those you lead.”

If scale 4 has the highest score, the response page should read:
“You are biologically foremost a Negotiator. When you collaborate with others, you are predominantly a Facilitator, and you’re neurochemically inclined to be a Diplomatic Leader. At the Fisher/Paresky session, you will learn about all four neurochemically-based temperaments. You will gain new insights about yourself and those you lead, and leave with the tools to most effectively communicate with and lead people of all different biological tendencies.”

If someone has more than one identical top score, there is one additional question that needs to be asked as a forced-choice:

It should be coded such that only the questions from the highest-scored scales appear
The page should read: “Which of these statements sounds most like you?
(FROM SCALE 1) “I’m always looking for new experiences”
(FROM SCALE 2) “My family and friends would say I have traditional values”
(FROM SCALE 3) “I am more analytical and logical than most people”
(FROM SCALE 4) “I feel emotions more deeply than most people”


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This ones pretty good:


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Great thanks Ill take a look cheers!


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I have one client who goes in for this sort of thing, and they use (and love) Survey Monkey for the purpose. I don’t believe you can embed it in your page (except maybe as an iframe) but you can customize it to your liking in the Web survey builder.

On the complete other end of the spectrum, I have built a number of these, and recently built one in Rails which is sort of a Survey Monkey “lite”. The client can create a new multiple-choice test (these are tests on continuing education courses) and when each user takes the test, their grade is part of their coursework. Tests can be any number of questions with any number of options. This was not an inexpensive option for my client, but they needed it to be tightly integrated with the rest of the medical education tool I was building for them.

Walter

On Jan 30, 2012, at 9:20 AM, Justin Easthall wrote:

Hi - Has anyone used an online survey creation tool? My client has request one- details below - Im sure there are websites that host this type of thing that I could build then embed into the clients website? Right? Like this one…


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Thanks Walter - I think Monkey is looking great - I’m just seeing if it can do this part of the clients request:-

THIS IS THE END OF SCALE ONE (first set of questions) – ANSWERS SHOULD BE TOTALED HERE BUT NOT REVEALED:
TOTAL_________

Then on to SCALE 2:

THIS IS THE END OF SCALE TWO (Second set of questions) – ANSWERS SHOULD BE TOTALED HERE BUT NOT REVEALED:
TOTAL_________

Then on to SCALE 3:

etc etc


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I don’t honestly know. That sounds awfully like a custom feature to me. You may be able to fake it by creating three separate surveys and linking them together (a results page from the first survey includes a link to the next survey, etc.). But I don’t know if you could then grab the results of each stage and show it to the visitor. You’re well into the weeds of edge cases here, I fear.

Walter

On Jan 30, 2012, at 9:34 AM, Justin Easthall wrote:

Thanks Walter - I think Monkey is looking great - I’m just seeing if it can do this part of the clients request:-


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Haha thanks Walter appreicted


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