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Cross Tabulation Tools

Segmentation, comparison and analysis made easy

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  • Target precise customer segments

Insights beyond compare


Easily drill down into your data

Watch your data come to life as you learn how distinct groups responded in easy-to-read matrix comparisons. Multi-level Drill Down enables you to put multiple levels of data on a banner or stub, and even merge groups. For example, you’ll see at a glance your see statistics for household income, gender, age or any other variable.

Automated statistics get straight to the insights

You don’t need a PhD to understand differences between group means – Qualtrics does the heavy lifting for you, automatically running the appropriate tests like T-tests, P-values and Chi-square to surface insights in seconds.

Export your data to other programs

You can export your cross tabs into SPSS, Excel and other formats with a single click for easy analysis outside of the Qualtrics platform.

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Your survey results and analysis tools all in one platform

Cross tabulation is just the start – with Qualtrics you have a complete analytics suite at your disposal. Powered by iQ, our predictive intelligence platform, it’s all just a few clicks away and includes:

What is cross tabulation analysis?

When conducting survey analysis, cross tabulations (aka crosstabs or contingency table) are a method used in qualitative research. Crosstab is commonly utilized in the analysis of survey results to seek out relationships and interactions between two variables by laying each variable out on a table. Before modern research platforms like Qualtrics, this sort of analysis was done in tools like SPSS. Now you can quickly run a crosstab in the same place you have your surveys and responses.

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