Introduction to Reports
Once you have collected your responses and your data from your survey, it is time to work purposefully with your data. This is where our MapUs report module comes in. With the MapUs report module you can extract detailed, visual and interactive reports that give you the best possible insights into your respondents results, how they compare, and how they progress over time.
In the MapUs report module you can easily create visual and extensive baseline and benchmark reports, and you are able to choose the components specifically relevant for your report. A baseline report is a report based on one dataset, where a benchmark report - or comparison report - is a report based on two or more datasets.
Besides the different components, which are the actual visualizations in the report, you have different options on how to segment the data you would like to include in your report.
You can segment your datasets through the following parameters: specific users, specific groups, minimum and maximum response time, the “from” and “to” dates, and your filter questions (fx gender, age and job type). You can also choose a title and a color for each data set. This way your data sets differ visually and are easily recognisable in the report.
If you study the report from an URL/ a browser, the report is interactive. This way you are, for example, able to click the different competences to see a greater and more detailed description of the scores.
As a Customized or Personalized subscriber you are also able to download your (raw) data as a CSV file in the report module, and thereby extract your data to other statistical software.