Registration of values or percentages

In many cases, you will want to register hard data in the form of absolute values. Often, Objectively Verifiable Indicators are seen as synonymous to numbers, however this needn't be the case. Also take into account that numeric indicators may look good on paper, but may be very difficult to measure in practice. In many countries, statistics are notoriously hard to get by, and people are far less 'number-oriented' than in highly developed societies, where everything is measured and everything has got a price.

Registring values

  • In the 'Label' column, you can specify your question(s).
  • The 'Decimals' column allows you to specify to what degree of exactitude the value has to be measured, i.e. the number of decimals behind the decimal point/comma.
  • You can specify the unit of your values using the drop-down list of the Unit column. You can choose from a wide range of metric units, US customary units, time units and others. If you can't find the unit you need, simply type it into the field and it will be added to the list as a user-defined unit.

 

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