How to filter the list of questions based on user selection

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2 months 3 weeks ago - 2 months 3 weeks ago #197059 by lintu
Hello Folks,

I have the following how to question that I was not able to find the answer to by browsing through the manual and this forum.

I need to build a new survey. At the beginning of the survey, if the user selects -

Option A - Display 10 questions for them to answer
Option B - Display Option A questions + Additional 10 questions
Option C - Display Option A & B questions + Additional 10 questions
Option D - Display Option A, B & C questions + Additional 10 questions

Could you please provide some guidance on how to achieve this? Is there a sample survey similar to this that I can use?

Thanks in advance!
Last edit: 2 months 3 weeks ago by lintu.

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2 months 3 weeks ago #197061 by Joffm
Hi,
are these questions randomly selected out of the 40 or are they fixed?

If fixed:
Create 4 groups, each with the ten questions.
Relevance of 1st group: Q1=="A" OR Q1=="B" OR Q1=="C" OR Q1=="D"
Relevance of 2nd group: Q1=="B" OR Q1=="C" OR Q1=="D"
Relevance of 3rd group: Q1=="C" OR Q1=="D"
Relevance of 4th group: Q1=="D"

If randomly:
The same as before, but give each of the questions the same ramdomization group name.

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2 months 3 weeks ago #197063 by lintu
Hi Joffm,

Thank you for your quick response. All the questions will be fixed for each option selected by the user.

So, the way that I understood your suggestion was to add the equation within the group relevance field. I will give this a try.

One issue I see is that LimeSurvey does not offer a way to display multiple groups in a page. I have related questions in different groups and may need to display those in the same page. Any thoughts on this one?

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2 months 3 weeks ago #197066 by holch

One issue I see is that LimeSurvey does not offer a way to display multiple groups in a page. I have related questions in different groups and may need to display those in the same page. Any thoughts on this one?


I have a feature request running since 2014. You can support it by commenting about your needs here:

bugs.limesurvey.org/view.php?id=9416

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2 months 3 weeks ago #197067 by holch

One issue I see is that LimeSurvey does not offer a way to display multiple groups in a page. I have related questions in different groups and may need to display those in the same page. Any thoughts on this one?


In your case the "page" concept that I have the feature request for, would help you to make things quicker.

But I think you can still do this by restructuring your survey and drop the currently "logical" groups and move to more of a "page" concept for the groups.

You can use relevance equations on question level to show/hide questions. A little bit more work, because you need to get into each question and set the relevance, but totally doable, I think.

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2 months 6 days ago #198616 by lintu
I am still struggling with this and need a little bit of help. I have a attached a screenshot to show what I have done so far, please review and advise.

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2 months 6 days ago #198618 by lintu
I was able to solve my problem with the 'set condition' feature on the question. Works great!!

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