create option to count total number of appearances of csv data values
Currently, when displaying csv data (either as a Pie Chart or as a Table) using the Advanced Summary of Responses, each possible combination of data values is counted separately.
For example, suppose a column contains the cells
"Apples, Oranges", "Apples", "Oranges, Pears", and "Oranges". Currently, all four combinations will appear separately in the summary chart or table, each with a count of 1.
What I would like instead is an option to list the total number of times each fruit appears (e.g. Apples: 2, Oranges: 3, Pears: 1 in this case).
The Advanced Summary of Response now process correctly csv data.
Add the keyword “csvData” or use the filter “csvFilter” on the columns containing csv data to trigger csv processing.
I would like to see this feature too, like in the Google Summary. Absolutely no use of counting the separate combinations, I need the totals of each individual csv item.
@Axel Pompa, AwesomeTable is not an analytics app and never claimed that they are. Awesome Table lets you display the content of a Google Sheet into various types of views. You're better off using a dedicated analytics software or web service.
this would be good. thanks
Axel Pompa commented
This would be really appreciate! Not having this feature makes me want to switch to another software for analyzing my data of google forms. It is a pitty because I really like the rest!
Yes, this would be exceptionally helpful - just treating CSV values from any multi-select as separate (and countable) entities would solve some huge problems on BI displays for a feedback form I use
Also a list of dates a particular response was done. "How many times "Apples" was selected on a particular date?
Would be useful a parameter like "CsvOptions[<<option1>>;<<option2>>;...]" to break the content of the cell in the view graph
Ran Reiff commented
having the option of listing percents would also be nice.
In the basic forms summary, there is a horizontal bar chart for multiple-response questions. This would be a nice next step.