More knowledge incoming!
We have added some very interesting articles & tutorials to our [[KnowledgeBase|Askia user Knowledge Base]], some of which will most certainly help you improve your workflow and/or knowledge of Askia software.
What is the `Effective Base` and how to use it? This article details this new calculation (introduced in askiaanalyse 220.127.116.11) and how it can help you reduce the effect of a `Weighting` when calculating an `Efficiency Test`.
[[Effective_Base|Read the Effective Base article]]
Level Link - Simple Example¶
[[Level_Link_-_Simple_Example|This article]] details how the `Level Link` can allow you to compare two variables that belong to two different loops. Seyf runs you through all the necessary steps; from askiaanalyse to [askiaanalyse:askiatools|askiatools] & back to [askiaanalyse:askiaanalyse|askiaanalyse]!
[[Level_Link_-_Simple_Example|Read the Level Link -simple example article]]
Level Link - Mean Difference Example¶
_Mean_Difference_Example|This more advanced example]] will allow you to setup a `Level Link` in order to create a table that subtracts `Mean` score where we want to see Loop2 Mean score Loop1 Mean score (for all common response items present in the loops).
[[Level_Link_-_Mean_Difference_Example|Read the Level Link -Mean Difference example article]]
Set up an authentication portal for your web surveys¶
Stephen wrote a complete tutorial on how to set up an authentication portal for your web surveys. An authentication portal is a web page displayed to your web respondents. It prompts them for their respondent credentials and once the respondents enter their password (or ID), they are redirected to a specific survey. If they have already started the survey, they will resume were they had previously left off.
[[Set_up_an_authentication_portal|Read the Authentication portal article]]