Learn how to publish data to dynamic Google Sheets dashboards so that it's accessible to stakeholders and colleagues as it is collected.
Learn about SurveyCTO's new partner program, which connects SurveyCTO experts with new users looking to scale their impact.
Learn about SurveyCTO's data security, case management and data quality from user CartONG.
Use the World Bank's style guide to improve your SurveyCTO form design.
SurveyCTO's advanced offline features enabled Innovations for Poverty Action to streamline candidate discovery in Sierra Leone
SurveyCTO's CATI and case management features helped Outline India strengthen their data collection practices
A good survey can make or break your research. Learn how to write strong survey questions, learn what not to do, and see a range of practical examples.
Two SurveyCTO users at The Agency Fund introduce the rsurveycto package for analyzing and visualizing survey data in R.
OpenAI’s ChatGPT is taking the world by storm. Is it a good tool for users of SurveyCTO? Our product team investigates.
Meet the 2022 primary data collection grant awardees who were selected for their impactful research projects across economics, health, public policy, and more.
Learn how SurveyCTO is helping 54gene to streamline data collection in their quest to close the diversity gap in genomic insight generation and precision medicine.
Learn how the team at Laterite built workflows using SurveyCTO’s text audits and a python script to optimize and manage survey duration
SurveyCTO 2.80 offers new advanced capabilities including offline dataset publishing and offline case transfers. Take more advanced data collection workflows offline like never before.
Explore our new guidance on how you can connect your data to Power BI for robust and up-to-date dashboards and reports.
Explore the SurveyCTO Stata command, which allows you to download form data and media files faster than ever before.
Researchers Isabelle Salcher and Muhammad Zia Mehmood present research on Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and their role in development.
Lame Ungwang and Sally Zhang present their innovative research projects which focus on gender and women's issues in development.
Simply put, data quality in field research is a measure of whether your collected data meets your research requirements. Quality field data should not have any errors, should represent respondents accurately, and should be free of any bias.
Primary data collection is the process of gathering data directly from a first-hand source. In other words, it’s data that’s collected by the organization that expects to use it. Methods include surveys, interviews, observation, and focus groups.
Equip field workers with advanced SurveyCTO tools for accurate geolocation data collection, in both online and offline settings. Explore how.
We catch up with the awardees from the first year of our research grant, Luisa Cefala (UC Berkeley) and Patrick Agte (Princeton University), to hear about their projects and experiences