After that, all your users can access this public link to start your research.
We allow calls from other domains ie. other websites. Your users do not have to be logged in Mountain air application to start your survey. With this link you can freely dispose of (simple copy/paste) according to your needs.
In our research, you can display: text data, images, audio, video files and use timers. You can define validators separately for each item as well as minimum and maximum number of options that can be selected within each item. You can display statistics for each item (table and 10 types of graphs). In the background (hidden or visible), you can monitor the time of displaying each group of items, as well as the order of selection options within each item.
It is not possible to display all types of surveys here, because of the large number of combinations of options that can vary within each survey. You have a significant number of templates that let you create a new survey. As you can see all the surveys have a Multiple Forms feature that lets you simultaneously start more surveys on one web page, but also the possibility to start surveys within your web page. Multiple Forms feature means that each survey works independently of other surveys on the same web page. So here on the same page there are 15 different surveys that operate independently of each other. As these examples contain many pictures showing this demo page was likely to be slower. In real world scenarios (1-2 surveys per web page) loading a web page goes a lot faster.
Note: The examples on this page are the demonstration, you need to replace these images with your own pictures.
The main dependent variable in Mountain air research is a user answer (a string or ordinal number of the selected option in the item). However, in cases where it is possible to choose more choices within the same item, it is possible to follow the order of choosing choices (options, answers) within each item. We call this RANKS. Also in the background is automatically recorded display time for each (group of) items on the screen. Note that time and ranks in some researches may be more valuable than the user answer.
Below is an example of using the timer in the study. In this case the timer is invisible (hidden). After 10 minutes the survey will automatically stop and the results will be sent to the server.
Button 5 items with 5 choices only one choice answers required page breaks progress bar
Below is a simple demo example of WM3 working memory test with the use of timer. In this case the timer is visible. More about the WM3 see here.
Below is an abstract example in which the user must choose only one of the offered 5 images (this is variable). The size of the image on the screen (raster) you can adjust inside your research. In this case, the images are arranged in a single row.
Audio example. In this example you can learn how to use audio contents in the research. You can also learn how to properly use the fields: Value if selected and Value if not selected. These two fields are used to calculate the result of the research.
Below is a classic example of the use CheckBox items in the survey. The user must choose 1-4 options (minimum 1 choice) within each item. Number of items: 5. The number of choices: 4 (this is variable).
Below is an abstract example in which the user must choose 1-3 of the offered 6 images in two rows. Number of items 5. Item type: Image. Ranks are visible. The user must choose between 1 to 3 images within each item (this is variable).
Below is a classic example of the use Radio button items in the survey with CAPTCHA. Radio buttons let a user select ONE of a limited number of choices. The user must choose only one option within each item.
Some pictures can be defined as a pattern (a model for comparison). Such images can not be selected. This way you can create more complex research with images. In the example below it is the first (big) image. In this abstract example the user must choose only one 1 image within each item (this is variable).
You can also use these types of items (input type = range). Just keep in mind the fact that all types of browsers do not support this type of item.
Another example of a combination of images that can be selected and those that can not be selected by (pattern-response model). Some pictures can be defined as a pattern (a model for comparison) and can not be selected ie. not respond to a click. In the abstract example below it is the first (big) images. This way you can create more complex studies with pictures. In this example only one image must be selected within each item.
Below is an example of the use of numerical validator. It is possible to define a set of rules by which the user can type a response (fields min and max). These rules can be defined separately for each item.
You can also use these types of items (input type = number). They are very useful for defining the numerical range for user input (numeric validators). Just keep in mind the fact that all types of browsers do not support this type of item.
Below is a classic simple example of the use Select items in the survey. The select element is used to create a drop-down list. The user must complete each item. Number of items: 5.