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First reply from Stuart (per direct mail):

"Two confusing entries on page 5 of the draft survey:
Select 6 as your answer choice Select "No Answer" as your answer choice
I think they need to go to have valid results (and force respondents to answer each question)."

Yes, the 'Select "No Answer" as your answer' choice slipped accidentally in.
Also the item 'Select 6 as your answer choice'.

Second from Kompilainnen (on Telegram):

* Q1: Drop question about gender (answer has no value for the results)
* Q3: Add description like 'Basic - typing data, simple functions like SUM only', 'Intermediate - Basic + use Conditional formatting, Charts, more functions, like VLOOKUP, AVERAGE, SUMPRODUCT, etc', and 'Advanced - Intermediate + use many different functions, Pivot Table, write some macro, create work templates, etc' * Q4: same here, 'Never - 1 time per month - 1 time per week - 1 time per day - It's my main work tool' * Q7: doubt this result in data that can be evaluated; would rather ask both number of cells and size in two questions
* Q8: could benefit from a link to

I agree with removing Q1, don't see why a gender should have an impact on Calc usage. But would keep the question a bit vague on Q3 and 4. Also looking rather forward to analyze Q7, the results from the Draw survey on "what size does your document have in average" [1,2] shows the different view on this topic. Surely, it's still open to challenge.

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