Hi Amit,

 

I don’t know how useful any of these would be, but if they’re not hard I reckon it never hurts to have more statistics available. I would suggest:

 

1)      Total number of files uploaded

2)      Number of respondents who uploaded at least one file (with the inverse being the number of respondents who didn’t upload any)

3)      Average number of files per “respondent” (probably this average should only count those who uploaded at least one file)

4)      Average size of file per respondent

5)      Summary/count of file types (ie: 37 jpg, 65 gif, 12 png)

6)      Total size of all files (useful if you’re about to download them all)

7)      You could also add things like “smallest file size”, “largest file size”, “median file size”

Jason

 

From: Amit Shanker [mailto:amit.shanker8@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 16 June 2010 6:13 PM
To: limesurvey-developers@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [limesurvey-developers] [GSoC-FUQT] Project Status and Weekly Progress Report

 


Marcel,

I'll be adding the following filters on the statistics page:


I'm looking forward to some feedback from the community as to what other filters we could possibly add to the FUQT for the statistics page. I'm working on the statistics and will send in a screenshot later today to give you a close impression of what it will look like once fully implemented.

Thanks,
Amit

On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 3:41 AM, Marcel Minke (Limesurvey) <marcel.minke@limesurvey.org> wrote:

Hi Amit,

this looks great so far. I really like the improvements you discussed with Carsten, it makes the work flow much more intuitive.

I know we discussed FUQT-statistics a few weeks ago but I'm nearly 30 now and I can't remember the details. The wiki page (http://docs.limesurvey.org/tiki-index.php?page=File+Upload+Question+Type#Statistics_Page) only says "self note: add mockup/details for statistics page". Maybe you can explain a little more what you are up to and how statistics will look like.

Thanks for all your work!

Marcel

Am 15.06.2010 17:50, schrieb Amit Shanker:


Hi LimeSurvey lovers,

After working on the Advanced File Uploader last week, I've been working on the admin panel screens this week. Thanks a lot for all the feedback on the Advanced File Uploader on the support forum.

This week I have added support for the following screens on the admin panel:

  • Response  Browsing
  • Response Editing and
  • Data entry

I have also implemented the Zipper and Downloader. Using this feature, the admin can select files on the browse screen and download them to his local computer.

The following commits give a quick view of the work completed this week:

  • r8825: GSoC-FUQT Response Browsing: Added facility to browse responses for file upload question type.
  • r8829: GSoC-FUQT Added support to edit and update file metadata via browse/data entry screen.
  • r8831: GSoC-FUQT Added support for uploading files and inserting associated metadata using the data entry screen.
  • r8833: GSoC-FUQTAdded support for downloading uploaded files in zipped format from the browse screen

On the basis of the feedback on the support forum, mailing list and discussion with my mentor Carsten, we have decided to make some modifications in the Advance uploader to enhance its usability and make the uploading experience much easier for the surveyee. The uploader now, will have 3 phases viz:

  1. PRE-UPLOAD: use ajax so that the file upload automatically *starts* once the file has been selected
  2. DURING-UPLOAD: as the file is *being* uploaded, the "Loading" animation plays
  3. POST-UPLOAD: once the file *has been* uploaded, the upload button for that file is replaced by the preview and title/comments field

Since the preview of the uploaded file will come up on the same tab as soon as the file has been uploaded, we can remove the gallery tab. So we can do away with the confusions associated with switching in between the *gallery* and *upload from computer* tabs.

This week, apart from implementing the modifications in the file uploader, I'll also be adding support in the statistics module for fuqt and editing some of the templates shipped with LS1 to align File uploader's styling with that of template's.

Have a nice week,
Amit

 
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