In this webinar, we walk through a household survey example where we first create a roster of household members, followed by two rosters that match spouses to each other and children to parents. Lastly, we store those connections.
Discover how IDinsight uses SurveyCTO integrations and workflows to automate and decentralize survey project management.
Use skip logic to design smarter forms and collect better data with SurveyCTO.
Learn how repeat group relationships can reveal important dynamics in your household survey.
Learn to design better survey workflows and enhance data quality with this SurveyCTO mobile case management workflow guided example.
Validate your survey responses and enhance data quality by using SurveyCTO's constraint expressions.
Design better survey workflows and enhance data quality with SurveyCTO's mobile case management capability.
Learn how to set up SurveyCTO Collect, an Android app that data-collectors use to fill out SurveyCTO forms on their Android phones or tablets
You can’t collect good data without a good survey form. And you can’t deploy a good survey form without rigorously testing it. SurveyCTO's form testing interface allows you to test your forms faster, easier, and more thoroughly
The newest version of SurveyCTO, 2.51, is designed to save you time. Whether you spend most of your time at the beginning of the data collection process – designing and testing survey forms within the server console – or towards the end – managing and reviewing field-based surveys – 2.51 has a new suite of tools to improve the quality of your data in less time.
SurveyCTO 2.41 is out – and our best version yet! Learn more about the new Likert appearance styles, review & correction options, Data Explorer import and export features, linking in from Stata or Excel, and more.
It was our pleasure to attend EvalFest 2018 organized by the ECOI (Evaluation Community of India) on development evaluation. It truly served as a great learning platform to share the…
As SurveyCTO has grown, so has the range of projects for which the platform is being used to collect high-quality data, evaluate programs, and conduct research. Who is using SurveyCTO? And how have they leveraged the platform to get more accurate, real-time data? Below are a few case studies from our users...
SurveyCTO allows you to publish incoming data directly from the server to Google Sheets (formerly known as Google Spreadsheets), so you can create dashboards that present up-to-the-minute summaries of your data. You can then use these dashboards to monitor the progress of your surveys, share real-time results with your team, and more. This post shares a simple example.
Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI or just “electronic”) and Paper and Pencil Interviewing (PAPI or just “paper-based”) are two different methods of conducting surveys and collecting data more generally. PAPI is the traditional method in which an enumerator fills in a paper form or questionnaire. CAPI is the newer method, gaining in popularity, where the enumerator uses a tablet, smartphone, or laptop computer to move through the interview and record responses...
If you sit on an institutional review board (IRB) or other research ethics committee, you need to know how to assess projects that use electronic forms of data collection. Rest assured that data confidentiality with electronic data collection can actually be substantially safer than paper... if handled properly. This post discusses a series of questions that a research ethics committee should ask of projects employing electronic data collection...
Graduate students have more to think about when it comes to electronic data collection. As students, timelines and budgets are tight, especially for those collecting data abroad. There are three short months in the summer to land in-country and collect data before returning to campus. And there’s likely little room for error with the budget. Luckily, with some planning and preparation, electronic data collection can maximize results within these constraints.
You need to collect some data. You’re familiar with pen-and-paper data collection, but you’ve decided to make the leap and enjoy the benefits of electronic data collection. Now you have a lot of questions...