Help and documentation
. Small tutorial dedicated to demonstrating the filtering functionality of OMeBa, and how data relates to other data.
Other documents and Actions log.
Ranking json file
Harmonised frequency answers as some were written "1 to 10" others "1 - 10" depending on the wave.
Problems in processing (lines with missing values) led to the loss of 42 records for a total in-db number of 5396 records (from 5438).
- Many of the questions with ranged answers such as 10 to 21, contained an answer "11" that does not make sense in this context. We assumed it referred to "None" as it seemed to be the only option missing.
- Numerous questions with ranged answers such as 20 to 31, had other possible answers along the lines of "Dec-12" or "11-Nov", which we worked out to be some of the missing ranges.
Contact the developer
For help with the software or any other enquiries contact Peter Bennett at:
The first version of the tool was developed by Jesus Alberto Rodriguez Perez: http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/~jesus/