For Ask Opinion, Branch Opinion, and Ask Experience questions, Multi-Question Analysis enables you to analyze and understand key themes and topics from a Conversation-level view. This allows you to go beyond a question-by-question framework to tell a big-picture story using responses from every open-ended question in your Conversation.
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How it Works
Multi-Question Analysis allows Remesh users the ability to search key terms for responses from the entire Conversation, rather than just individual questions. This feature combines the best of “Common Topics” and “Search” available within the Tools menu. Using this data, you can build Topic Clouds (exportable as a PNG image) or pull specific responses (exportable as a CSV file).
Where to find Multi-Question Analysis
1. Navigate to the Analysis page
2. Click on the Tools drop-down menu and select Search Topics
Building and downloading Conversation-level Topic Clouds
In Multi-Question Analysis, Topic Clouds include key terms and phrases pulled from responses from every single open-ended question in your Conversation.
By default, Remesh will pull the most common topics from all open-end responses for you, but you also can build a custom Topic Cloud using the terms you choose.
- Click the Search Topics search box. From here you have two ways of choosing topics to include. These two ways can be combined.
- Select from the list of Common Topics that appear when you click in the search box. The number next to the term is the number of responses that include that term.
- Type keywords and phrases to find and choose specific topics you’re looking for.
- Download your Topic Cloud by clicking ⤓ Export PNG in the top right corner of the visualization.
Pulling responses that include specific topics using the Topic by Question list view
Search using key topics, words, or phrases to pull responses from all open-ended questions. The process for creating Topic Clouds and seeing the actual full responses in the Topic by Question list view starts the same
- Click the Search Topics search box. From here you have two ways of choosing topics to include.
- Select from the list of Common Topics that appear when you click in the search box. The number next to the term is the number of responses that included that term.
Type keywords and phrases to find and choose specific topics you’re looking for.
From here, click Topic by Question to see a list view of all responses that fit your criteria. On this list you’ll notice:
- % Agree scores for responses to Ask Opinion and Opinion Branch questions
- NOTE: This % Agree score will always be for all participants, even if specific segments are selected.
- Category labels for responses to Ask Experience questions
- Sentiment labels for each response
You can download your list of responses as a CSV file.
- Click ⤓ Export CSV in the top right corner of the Topic by Question list
You can also filter down your responses by selecting specific audience segments to include.
- Click the All participants dropdown menu
- Select the segment(s) you want to include
- Your list will now show only the responses that include your key topic or search term(s) and are from your selected segment(s).
- NOTE: % Agree score will always be for all participants, even if specific segments are selected.