|Household Data Gathering/Inventory Data Gathering
InterForm can now support multiple entries for each UserID. InterForm now allows the addition of new key
variables to a project's database. This capability means that InterForm data collection forms can now be
used for gathering data for:
The operative 'Select Case' feature allows form developers to select a question or series of questions
in the instrument to act as key variables. These new key variables are used to define a new case in the
database for each 'unique' set of data.
- Household Data Gathering, where each member of a household answers a series of questions.
- Product Inventories at multiple locations
- Other similar iterative-type applications!
After logging into a survey, respondents can add a new case by answering a question or series of
questions. These question-types can include write-in texts, radio button and list box inputs. Some
examples of questions might be Product Name, Family Member, etc. For each unique
these variables, a new case will be added to the database.
In addition to the key variables, each case can include non-unique variables. These variables are
repeated for each 'case' but are not used as key variables. These variables can be of any question type
and can include any specific data that the data collection project requires.
Each new case can be edited if desired by logging into the UserID and selecting an existing case.
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