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How can I export my survey script and experimental design?

Exporting your survey script as PDF or JSON format

  • Open your experiment and click the Additional questions tab.
  • Click the Other actions button at the bottom left of the screen.
  • Click either Export questions as PDF or Export as JSON.
  • Your file will be generated for download.
Exporting survey as PDF or JSON

Exporting your survey script as XML or HTML

  • Open your experiment and click the Advanced settings tab.
  • Click Translation into other languages.
  • Click View translations.
  • Click Export.
  • Select the language and export format as XML or HTML.
  • Your file will be generated for download.
Exporting survey as XML or HTML

How to download and interpret your experimental design

The experimental design of your survey provides you an overview of the choice tasks the respondents will see.

To download the experimental design of your survey:

  • Open your experiment and click the Advanced settings tab.
  • Click on Conjoint survey options to expand the box.
  • Click Download experimental design.
  • Your file will be generated for download.
Downloading experimental design

Within your survey design:

  • Each Block represents the full set of conjoint choice tasks a respondent will be randomly assigned to.
  • These Choice sets represents one page of choice tasks that the respondent will make their choice within that block.
  • Each Alternative represents a randomised set of conjoint attributes.
Viewing experimental design in excel

Please take note that the following are randomised during the fielding of the study:

  • The order of questions (for each respondent).
  • The order of alternatives (in each choice set for each respondent).
  • The placement of respondent into blocks.

This question from our users was answered on 15 March 2020. If there is anything else you'd like to know, please do not hesitate to contact us.