Calculating personality type on survey form

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    ChristinaWagner
    Asked on February 01, 2017 at 11:51 AM

    I hope, my inquiry is understandable, since English is not my native language. 

     

    My idea was, to create a survey that has 5 different types of results. In that survey, I am going to ask my audience 7 questions and each of those questions will have 5 answers. One answer that's going to specify that person as one of the 5 categories (types), that the survey-taker could fall into. My question is now, if there is a way, that the calculation and categorization of the results could be done as follows:

    e.x. A person answered 5 of the 7 questions that say, that they are type 1, but only 1 of the 7 questions, that they are type 3 and another 1 out of 7 questions that they are type 5. 

     

    Because of those answers, the result of the survey will be, that the person falls into the category of type 1 since the majority of that person's answers were for type 1.

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    Mike
    Answered on February 01, 2017 at 01:22 PM

    This might be possible with combination of form calculation fields and conditional logic on form.

    Please feel free to test the next form, you can also clone it to your account to check the backend.

    https://form.jotform.com/70314623541952

    - Separate form calculation fields used to capture type answers.

    - In combination with Update / Calculate Field conditions. You will need a separate condition for each answer (7x5).

    - Calculating totals for selected types.

    - Calculating maximum total.

    - If max value is equal to some total, showing user a specific thank you page.

    Thank you.