Insight Visualizations

Insight Visualizations are graphic representations of data collected from your survey. We currently have Insight Visualizations that depict respondents’ ZIP codes, languages, and lexical trends.
Currently, you can share Insight Visualizations via Twitter.
A heat map is a data visualization where the magnitude of a phenomenon is shown through variation or intensity of color. At co:census, we use heat maps to visualize where respondents live and how they respond based on location.
The heat map is live the moment your survey is active and receiving responses. As responses come in, the map will automatically update.
A language chart shows the number of responses you received in each language.
The language chart is live the moment your survey is active and receiving responses.
Top trends are visual representations of word and phrase frequencies in your survey responses.
Generally speaking, your survey needs to receive 40-50 responses before top trends are live.
  1. Login to your co:census account. Upon login, you should see your home dashboard page.
  2. Select the project workspace you’re interested in exploring.
  3. On the Summary tab, scroll to the visualization that you want to download.
  4. Click the Download button in the upper right corner.

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  1. Your visualization should immediately start downloading as a PNG image except for the Top Trends which will be a PDF file.
Yes, all survey questions must be in the same format as your co:census text survey.
  1. Login to your co:census account. Upon login, you should see your home dashboard page.
  2. Select the project workspace you’re interested in exploring.
  3. On the Summary tab, scroll down to the heat map.
  4. Click on a section of the heat map. Each section represents a zip code.

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  1. After clicking on a zip code section, a card will appear and showcase the total number of responses and its language breakdown.
Yes, if your SurveyMonkey responses are in the same format as those of your text survey, co:census will be able to analyze the responses in the same manner.
Keywords represent the top 12 most frequently mentioned pair of two words, i.e. “high taxes” and “low income”.
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