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About Default Tables

The Default Table displays the results for each item of a question. This table is useful if you want to display the results from a single question, or to show the results from a specific statement within a question.

For general Table Options and customization, see the Tables Overview page.


The Default Table’s format varies with what you load into the data source of the visualization.

Matrix-Style Questions

Displays the total number of responses and the mean for each statement.

Example default table for matrix-style questions

This is the case for Matrix Table, Slider, Rank Order, and Side by Side questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

For Multiple Choice questions, the Default Table displays the number of responses for each choice. These responses are represented by a bar, the exact number, and a percentage.

Example default table for multiple choice questions

Note that this is only the case when the table has one data source. When you add more data sources, the Default Table instead displays the number of responses for each choice for each data source, in addition to a column of Total Responses.

Example multi-data source default table for multiple choice questions

Text Entry

When Variables that collect open-ended feedback, such as Text Entry questions, are added to a Default Table, every piece of feedback is listed on its own row.

Example default table for text entry questions

Constant Sum

Constant Sum questions display columns for minimum, maximum, average, and standard deviation.

Example default table for constant sum questions

Pick Group and Rank

Pick, Group, and Rank questions display response count for each item.

Scoring Categories

When you load a scoring category into a Default Table it is indistinguishable from a Statistics Table.

Data Format

Go to Table Options and select Data Format to decide whether your table should be calculated based on count, percent, or mean.

Data Format options within the Table Options dropdown menu

Create Filter From Row

When you hover over a cell (that is not a header), you will see a dropdown arrow. Click this get the option Create Filter from Row.

Create Filter From Row option on a table

This option will replace the data source you have loaded into the table and overwrite it with a new question-based filter. For example, if you have your Managers data source loaded in, the Evaluation Scope and Relationship filter will disappear, replaced with the beginning of a question filter.

It is easier to create and modify data sources following the instructions on the Data Sources page.