Comparison Reports allow you to compare and combine like-questions across multiple surveys in order to compare the means using a one-sided t-test. It can be valuable to compare means to track changes in responses over time (longitudinal analysis), between interventions (pre/post tests), or aggregating data to get a general sense of how students are responding across contexts (e.g., using question bank questions in a variety of surveys across programs and departments).
The following video walks through the entirety of the process. For step-by-step instructions on how to create Comparison Report Views by clicking here.
We also recommend reading this article for guidance on understanding the Comparison Reports results.
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