On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 1:26 PM, Melinda Shore
On 9/20/11 9:20 AM, Marshall Eubanks wrote:
I don't think having 7% non-response is that unusual, or that worrisome.
I don't either. Here's what's unusual:
answered question 176
skipped question -9
Probably not worrisome. If I had to guess I'd guess that there were
some surveys in progress as the summary numbers were generated (and
this is why the Goddess invented locking ... )
Why are new responses shown as *skipped*in the results?
Once a survey has reached 100 responses, our system updates your Analyze
page's cache every 15 minutes with new responses.
- When a new response is recorded during this interim period, its details
will not show up immediately.
- It will instead be tallied as having *skipped* the *questions* in your
These *skips* are a result of the system loading the saved page, but the new
responses have not yet been placed into memory. They have been recorded and
stored in the database, and they are not fully tabulated into the tally
until after the cache update.
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