Is there a relationship between groups of respondents? If so, what is it?
To find the answer to questions like those, - the answers you really want - you'd normally need to pay for an SPSS license, upload your data to that complicated software, and hire an analyst to create contingency tables for you. Not ideal.
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You'll dig a lot about FourEyes - but you'll luuuv our data mining. Why? Because it finds patterns and relationships between your entire survey's many variables, serving you up hidden insights and answering questions before you even think to ask them.
Let us explain.
Imagine you've surveyed continuing education students at a university about how satisfied they are with their program.
You might crosstab two points and find things like, "students over the age of 50 are 65% more likely to be satisfied with their program." Good insight. But data mining lets you go much, much bigger...
Because data mining finds relationships across all of your survey results. Like, "Students over the age of 50 are 85% more satisifed with the Business program offered, but only 30% more satisfied with the Science program, and 10% less satisfied with the English program." Stuff like this, and more.
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