Conjointly allows you to apply segmentation to any kind of report. The report can be split by different types of variables:
- Respondent information recorded by Conjointly (such as location and device type).
- Additional questions: Questions that you ask under the “Additional questions” (e.g., multiple choice or open ends).
- GET variables
- Externally supplied variables
In order to set up segments in your report, you need to:
Under “Segmentation” tab, click on:
Click on the default name to rename your segment appropriately:
Click onand you will be prompted to select which type of information to segment the report by:
- In this example we will use an “Additional question” asking the gender of respondents and “Select values that match” with “Female” as the value:
- If your segment definition is more complicated and involves condition from multiple questions with AND/OR logic, you can select after creating the first logical condition. You can then specify if these conditions should be combined through either an AND or OR statement. For example, this is how you can create the Segment: Female Age 25 and above.
- You can also use nested logic when creating segments. When adding a new condition, you can select the option . This allows you to create more complex logical statements. For example, the below segment comprises all Female Age 25 and above, as well as Female who have purchased a car for herself, family or business.
You can add another segment simply by repeating the above steps. Once you are done, click onin green and the system will apply your segmentation. Please allow for a couple of minutes for the segmentation tab to appear.
Interpreting segmentation results
Each segment can be viewed through changing the options in the drop-down box in the top right-hand corner.
For each of your segments you are able to investigate the different preferences for each segment, as well as responses to the additional questions.
How do you check the conditions for a segment?
You can check the conditions for your segment under the “Segmentation” tab. You can select the segment that you are interested in on the left and review the conditions set for that segment will be displayed on the right:
How to do cluster analysis in Conjointly?
Conjointly segmentation allows you to do data cuts / subgroup analysis based on existing variables.
If you are looking for cluster analysis, you can export individual level data into Excel and run your cluster analysis externally (e.g. in R).
Then, you can upload the cluster membership back into Conjointly and do the subgroup analysis on the new variable.
How to compare results across multiple segments
Once multiple segments are setup, Crosstab results become automatically available. You can click on the
Crosstab tab to view the results.