Create a Questionnaire at Statistics Classroom

The Create Questionnaire service aims at enabling students to learn primary data collection by using electronic questionnaires, and to understand statistical methods and related knowledge in the process of data compilation and analysis.

Follow the 4 simple steps below to collect data:
1. Fill in information such as date, category of questionnaire, questions, etc.
2. Submit questionnaire for review and receive helpful comments from tutors.
3. Receive a link to your questionnaire after being reviewed and approved.
4. Send the questionnaire link to the respondents.

In addition, the Statistical Tables and Charts function uses the primary data collected to automatically generate tables and charts for your analysis.

If you are interested in using electronic questionnaires to collect data, try to design your own questionnaire on the following subjects. It’s quick and environmental friendly!

Environmental Protection – Social advancement accompanies increasing damages to the environment and natural resources. Environmental protection becomes a more important issue in Macao. Check out how your schoolmates help protect the environment in their daily life!

Health – People say good habits bring good health. Good habits include regular eating and sleep patterns, proper exercise, etc. Go and check out whether your friends are living a healthy life!

Studies – With the use of a survey questionnaire, you may find out the favourite subjects of students, their choice of major field of study, student satisfaction towards the school, comments on extracurricular activities, etc. Try it out!

Tourism – Macao is an international tourism city, and every one of us is a tourism ambassador! However, how much do your friends know about Macao? What are their opinions about the facilities and development of tourism in Macao? Design a questionnaire and check it out!

Consumption – People’s awareness of price changes varies according to their spending habits and preferences. Therefore, personal perceptions of inflation always differ from the actual inflation that measures price changes. So, what are the spending patterns and structure of students? Go and check it out!
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