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About Text Analysis Tables

The Text Analysis table takes feedback collected from Text Entry questions and analyses the frequency each word was used. Commonly used words like “you,” “and,” “the,” and so on are excluded by default.

Example text analysis table in a subject report


You can adjust the number of rows on your table, and what the starting row is. This can be helpful if  you have a large number of responses.

Rows option in the Table Options dropdown menu

  1. Right-click the table, or click the table, then select Table Options.
  2. Fill out the maximum number of rows you want your table to have.
  3. Choose the start row. 0 includes the first header, whereas 1 will skip you to the first row of responses.

For more general information on how to customize tables, visit the Tables Overview page.

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 option in the Table Options dropdown menu