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About Single Value Tables

The Single Value table will display the mean for statement loaded into it. It allows for the addition of multiple data sources, so you can compare values at a glance.


There are two versions of the Single Value table to choose from.

Single Value table variations in Table Type dropdown menu


The Standard Single Value table allows you to display data from Matrix Table questions and the multiple choice columns of Side by Side questions.

Standard Single Value table display in Subject Report

When setting the data source for the Standard Single Value table, it is better not to mix the statements or questions you select. While the values will change accurately, the header will reflect the statement chosen in the first data source.

Below is an example of an incorrectly set up data source. Unless the different questions loaded here were asking the same thing and/or you edited your column header, your table would display totally unrelated and mislabeled values.

An incorrectly set up data source for a Single Value table

However, any “Use All Choices” option (as seen below) will work just fine.

A correctly set up data source for a Single Value table

Scoring Single Value

The Scoring Single Value table allows you to display data from all of your scoring categories.

Scoring Single Value table display in Subject Report

It is okay to mix data sources for the Scoring Single Value table.

Data Format

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

Go to Table Options and select Data Format to decide what statistic your table values should be calculated based on. The Data Formats available differ based on the type of Single Value table you are using.

Changing the data format in the Table Options dropdown


The Data Format of the Single Value table is mean by default.

Scoring Single Value

  • Weighted Mean: Calculated by taking the total score of all items and dividing it by the number of items in the scoring category. For example, if your total score is 50, and there were 10 questions in the scoring category, your weighted mean would be 5.  Since weighted mean forces all scoring categories onto the same scale, this makes it good for comparing scoring categories that add up to different total points.
  • Mean: The average.