The Rank Tab

The Rank Tab

Our Rank tab provides a quick overview of how the participants ranked each response:

For each open-ended question, you’ll see two scores: Popularity and Consensus

You will also see color coding based on Favorability. The rankings that you see when analyzing data on the Rank screen are based solely on popularity score.

In contrast, the favorability classification is based on the intersection of popularity and consensus score. So if Answer A has a higher popularity score but a lower Favorability rating than Answer B, Answer A will appear higher in the rankings.A part of our Rank tab with the Similarity Slider which will take the total list of ranked verbatim and starts to hide verbatim that have similar meaning to other verbatim within the list. @ 0% = no reduction. @ 10% = verbatim that have the exact same wording will only appear once. @ 20-40% = verbatim that have the same meaning will only show up once. @ 40%-70% = verbatim that have similar meanings will only show up once . 70%+ verbatim that are conceptually the same will only show up once.

This is all done by NLP and word2vec technology which allows you to understand what (major) themes are coming through from the group without having to read every response.


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