chain simple forms & surveys into long runs, use the power of R to generate pretty feedback and complex designs
There are three main components: surveys, runs and the R package.
are simple or complicated forms and surveys used to gather information in a single session.
There is a wide variety of items to choose from: text and number inputs, Likert scales, sliders, geolocation, date pickers, dropdowns and many more. They are geared towards power users, so instead of dragging and dropping elements till your fingers bleed, you upload item spreadsheets that can easily be re-used, combined and shared.
enable you to link surveys and chain them together. Using a number of boombox-themed control elements to control the participant's way through your study, you can design studies of limitless complexity. You can
The following designs and many more are possible:
Wherever you use R in formr you can also use the functions in its R package. If you want to use the package in a different environment, you'll need to install it using these two lines of code.
The package currently has the following feature sets
The package also has a function to simulate possible data, so you can make feedback plots ahead of collecting data.
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