Adding pairs and changing scores

Adding bipolar pairs

To add questions, go to the first row and enter the pairs in the 'Label' columns at the left and right of the table. The easiest way to come up with a bipolar pair is to write a word or concept in the first column, and to copy it in the last column and put 'not' in front.


Reversing the scores/values

Logframer will number the cells of the scale from 1 to the number of columns/classes. For instance, when you have a five-item scale, the cells will be numbered from 1 to 5. You can use these numbers to count how many people have chosen a particular column. Or you can use the values as scores, and calculate how well your project has done in comparison to a situation where all the beneficiaries have the maximum or minimum score (depending on whether the preferential choice is 1 or 5). The maximum and minimum scores are indicated on the right, above the table.

Minimum and maximum scores of the semantic differential

If you want to reverse the order of these scores, you can click on the Reverse button button. Instead of 1-2-3-4-5, you will get 5-4-3-2-1.

Reversing the scores on a semantic differential


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