How to edit currency type and format in report?

Conjointly enables the change of the displayed currency type and format to almost all its provided services’ reports. This allows you to have an easier-to-understand overall picture of the financial aspect of your research.


In all the simulations provided from Conjointly, the displayed currency can be changed by clicking on Simulations tab → Display settingsCurrency formatting . The procedure is exhibited below:

Adjust charts and currency in simulations

You can click on the dollar sign ($) to change the currency and the hashtag sign (#) to change the format of the currency selected for the X-axis, Y-axis, and the data labels of the plots.

Gabor-Granger and Van Westendorp displays

For Gabor-Granger (GG) or Van Westendorp (VW) report, the displayed currency is changed by clicking on a Gabor-Granger or Van Westendorp question → Adjust charts and currency located at the top right corner of your screen. A pop-up window will be shown.

Adjust charts and currency in GG or VW

The last two boxes define the currency format for the revenue chart and the GG or VW demand chart. Click on the dollar sign ($) to change the currency and the hashtag sign (#) to change the format of the currency selected.

You can change the currency and format of the revenue chart in y-axis or the price shown in the x-axis of all plots.

In the following example, assume you have a Van Westendorp experiment, and you asked your respondents the price questions in GBP (£) but the reporting is, by default, shown in USD ($). Here is the process you should follow to change your output to GBP (£).

Example of editing currency type and format

Marginal willingness to pay

As for the marginal willingness to pay, the currency used at the time the experiment is created constitutes its displaced currency, which cannot be changed afterwards.

Supported currencies and formats

The currencies currently supported are:

  • EUR €
  • USD $
  • GBP £
  • RUB ₽
  • ILS ₪
  • JPY ¥
  • INR ₹
  • KRW ₩
  • CNY ¥

The built-in formats are:

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In addition to the built-in formats, you can use Excel-style custom formatting for these numbers.