Piped text for scoring

deepak01deepak01 Community Member Qubie ✭

Piped text for scoring

When i am using set embedded data to put out this score, it gives me 47.5. however, I want to get 63.3 as my return value because I m calculating a weighted score here and have assigned weights to different questions and choices in the scoring tab.

How do I do that?

Also, if I want to show this scorecard to my end user at the end of survey, is it possible?

@rondev - Can you please help me here?


  • deepak01deepak01 Community Member Qubie ✭

    Also, I have multiple categories. so this is for one category.

  • NiCNiC MumbaiCommunity Member Superuser ✭✭✭✭
    edited April 29

    Hi @deepak01 ,

    So by default there is no method to show score in percentage.

    By default we only have ,

    • Score
    • Items
    • Weighted Mean
    • Weighted Mean Deviation

    To calculate percentage we will have to use math operations as shown in the image below

    $e{ ( <piped text for score> / <piped text for items> ) * 100 }

    Once we have the percentage we can use it wherever necessary, using the obtained embedded data.

    This you will have to do each scoring category.

    For your Second Question:

    I assume the image shared is a CX dashboard widget. We cannot share dashboard with respondents as for accessing a dashboard you require an Qualtrics Account.

    However, You can share reports via links . So you can create a custom report and in the end of survey page you can redirect to the reports link.

  • deepak01deepak01 Community Member Qubie ✭

    @NiC - I tried using the suggested method and have also attached the screenshot.

    The text in white is the result from embedded data which clearly doesn't match my score.

    Now, will you suggest an alternate method?

  • NiCNiC MumbaiCommunity Member Superuser ✭✭✭✭

    Hi @deepak01 ,

    Sorry my bad i messed the formula there.

    Instead of number of items we will have the Total score at the bottom.

    So it should be 65 in score part 2 as per the example you have shared.

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