Ratio

To calculate a ratio, the respondent has to answer to two questions. For each question, you can specify the number of decimals, unit and value range.

On the Scoring tab:

  • For the first and second question:
    • Enter the question in the first question / second question box
    • Number box: indicate the precision (number of decimals) and select a unit from the list, or enter a new unit. If you enter a custom unit it will become available for all indicators in the current project (but not in other projects).
    • Value range box: You can limit the value range that the respondents can give by specifying a minimum value and/or a maximum value. This means that you can’t enter target values that lie outside this value range.
  • Scoring and Targeting: these options concern the total value/score of the indicator, not the individual questions. For more information, see the page on this topic

Scoring options of a ratio-type indicator

On the Targets tab:

  • Specify the target values for the first question in the cells of the first row
  • Specify the target values for the second question in the cells of the second row
  • Logframer will calculate the ratio in the third row
  • When you measure at beneficiary level, specify which percentage of the target group you expect to reach that target. Because the ratio is a kind of average, you won't see another row with total values as you have in other types of indicators.

Targets of a ratio indicator

With scoring:

Targets and scores of a ratio-type indicator

Beneficiary level monitoring:

Targets at beneficiary level of a ratio-type indicator

Beneficiary level monitoring with scoring:

Targets and scores at beneficiary level of a ratio-type indicator

 

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