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Edward:
I've used in 2 network studies with success and few problems,.  I pay
$19.95 per month so you may want to subscribe in Dutch.
- Tom

Baerveldt, C. (Chris) wrote:

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>Dear Edward,
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>I used Surveymonkey for my newest studies on classroom networks, because
>it was cheap ($10 per month), easy to handle (you can design surveys
>within the hour), and was useful for my type of network data. My network
>items referred to friendships, hate, support, shared activities with
>class mates. Students nominated classmates by numerical codes (see
>description of articles on my website,
>http://www.chrisbaerveldt.nl/pub.html ).
>
>The lay out of the network questions is a bit awkward, because students
>have to scroll to find all classmates. I am not sure whether it is a
>useful instrument for your study, because the Survey Monkey instruments
>are desigend for regular non-network surveys, and are not that flexible.
>
>You might encounter some difficulties retrieving the data from
>SurveyMonkey and putting it in a nice format (SPSS, Excel). The FAQ's of
>Surveymonkey are of some help, but I had to write a procedure list for
>the bachelor students carrying out my study. Alas, all is in Dutch.
>
>
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>-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
>Van: Social Networks Discussion Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>Namens Edward Vielmetti
>Verzonden: dinsdag 25 oktober 2005 21:31
>Aan: [log in to unmask]
>Onderwerp: online name-generator tools, in the style of surveymonkey
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>Dear SOCNET,
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>My friends in the information architecture community regularly rely on a
>tool called "Survey Monkey" which lets them put together a quick
>questionaire on a topic of choice and compile results.
>
>I'm wondering if anyone has used this tool, or others similar to it, as
>a component of a name-generator exercise.  Or failing that if there is
>an FAQ suitable for a new network analyst that would guide them through
>the process of survey research.
>
>(I know this is probably the subject of
>a survey methods 700-level course, but
>it's a question worth pondering anyway,
>and I'm not sure it can be answered in
>the span of a few SOCNET exchanges.
>Pointers  to more complex answers welcome.)
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