Data Analysis

What is Confidence Level and Sampling Error?

In survey research, the people who respond to the survey are a sample of the population. The goal is to obtain a representative sample to be certain that the people…

What are the Different Types of Validity That Must be Considered When Conducting a Survey?

The different types of validity that are important to survey research include construct validity, convergent validity, content validity, representation validity, face validity, criterion validity, concurrent validity, predictive validity, statistical conclusion…

What is Validity and Why is it Important for Survey Results?

There are many different types of Survey Validity, such as construct validity, convergent validity, and content validity. Validity is important because it determines what survey questions to use, and helps…

What is a SWOT analysis?

The normative data scale ranges from 1 to 100. This scale is divided into four quartiles:  Strengths, Opportunities, Weaknesses, and Threats. The SWOT Analysis is performed at the Topic level…

What Type of Survey Data Analysis does NBRI Provide?

ClearPath Analytics convert your survey data into actionable information. Through correlations, regressions, and path analyses, NBRI identifies the key drivers of employee engagement and customer loyalty.

What Type of Statistical Analysis is Needed for Your Survey?

Different types of data require different types of statistical analyses. This is especially true of psychological research, including employee surveys, customer surveys, and market research. For instance, a stand-alone employee…

What is a Root Cause Analysis of Survey Data?

As meaningful, important, and necessary as comparisons with benchmarking data are in order to understand survey results, management is still left with the subjective task of prioritizing results, and deciding…

How Should I Analyze Qualitative Survey Data?

Qualitative data is information that is in language form. In other words, it is the survey data that is obtained in response to open-ended questions. In an ideal world, all…

What is Quantitative Survey Data?

Quantitative survey data has a number associated with it. Quantitative data can be as simple as the percent of people responding “Yes” or “No” to a specific question. However, one…

Should I Look at Employee Survey Results by Generation?

Employees within different generations feel differently about feedback, time off, benefits, and management interaction. Communication styles may also differ from one generation to another. And, you’ll find that some generations…

How Can We ‘Cut’ The Survey Data?

Your survey data may be cut or segmented in an unlimited number of ways so that those responsible for effecting change can have their own reports, sorted by their results. …