the quantitative comparative filter for groups

Modified on Thu, 17 Aug 2023 at 03:57 PM

The Quantitative Comparative Filter for Groups

Take a look at this video walk-through: 

This is a quick review of how to use the Quantitative Comparative Filter for Groups. This filter is designed to help you easily compare two quantitative fields without having to leave your Impact Suite. The simplest example of when a program would use this filter is when you need to collect and compare pre-and-post-assessment scores for students or clients.

With this filter you’ll be able to see which identifiers show an improvement.

You will have needed to create the pre-and-post-assessment fields within your Group and collect this data for your identifiers. (Check out this article for help doing that!)

Once you’ve done that, here’s where to find the data and the filter:

  1. On the left, in your Mission Control, click Groups.

  2. On the right, under Manage Groups, select the group you'd like to review.

  3. On the right, in the More drop-down menu, select Export to Excel.

  4. Select the fields you’d like to review.  As you select them notice that they will appear in the table at the bottom of your screen.

    Notice that your Impact Suite will display the total number of Identifiers in your group at the bottom of the table.

  5. Next, you’ll use the Show Filter link and select the first quantitative field you’d like to use in your comparison. (Example: Math Pre-Assessment Score.)

  6.  Choose the Operator you would like in your comparison.

  7. Next, use the magnifying glass. 
    And, choose either one of the values from the drop-down, or compare to another quantitative field and click Update.
  8. Click the a) Add link and then b) the Apply Filter button.
  9. You’ll find your results in the table and you can export the list by clicking c) the Export button here, and d) optionally, saving this report.

    This will export the results to Excel.

That’s it. We hope you find this helpful. Let us know if you have any questions.

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