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How are these products for typical *network surveys*? ...where a roster of names are given and the survey repondent answers several network questions [With whom do you...? To whom do you go to...?] about each name on the roster?
Network surveys are not your typical true/false and multiple choice instruments.
---- "Bruce A. Heiman" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> I can't offer a comparison, but I can assert that I am very
> happy with Createsurvey.com. I use it (mostly) for customized
> student-surveys of satisfaction with my classes at SF State--I
> can see how it would be great for surveying a dispersed grou[ of
> people via web. It works great, and has the features I need
> (e.g., downloads in excel format, multiple question-types, and
> closed surveys for surveying private groups). Overall I am very
> satisfied with this service.
> -Bruce Heiman
> --- Cynthia Typaldos <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> > Just a comment on your choice of survey tool. We haven't used
> > Servelum but
> > will consider it for our next survey as it sounds good. The
> > one we have
> > been using, which is free with unlimited number of questions
> > and responders,
> > is createsurvey.com. We've been satisfied with it and has all
> > of the
> > features you list for Servelum.
> > If anyone has used both and can give a quick competitive
> > analysis, that
> > would be great.
> > Cynthia Typaldos
> > www.softwareproductmarketing.com
> > From: charlie lumpkins
> > Sent: Friday, June 13, 2003 3:36 AM
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: seeking ideas, etc. on gender and race/ethnicity for
> > online
> > surveys
> > ....
> > Anyway, I found a web site, Survelum, at
> > http://www.survelum.com, that
> > students (and even I) can handle without any problems.
> > Surprisingly the only
> > cost with this site is a $20 fee to activate the survey! The
> > fee is cheaper
> > than the books that I plan on assigning. :-) The other
> > features--the
> > creating, the editing, the testing, the sign-up, the unlimited
> > sign-in, the
> > gathering of statistics, and the collected data to
> > download--are free! The
> > web site is very user friendly, designed for anyone who want
> > to create and
> > control their own online surveys. So I am comfortable with
> > the online
> > survey taking. And I think students will enjoy conducting
> > surveys online.
> > ...
> > Please send replies to me at [mailto:[log in to unmask]].
> > Thank you in advance.
> > Charlie Lumpkins,
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