“One tool that has proven to be particularly valuable to me is the formr survey framework. formr is free, open-source software that allows users to generate surveys and chain them together in a very flexible manner. We used formr to design and run a longitudinal study in which participants filled out a questionnaire once every three days. Participants got automated reminders via email, timed depending on when they had filled out the previous survey. In the end, they got automatically generated feedback (including e.g. their personality profiles). Commercial survey frameworks don’t offer this level of flexibility out of the box, so I wouldn’t have been able to implement the study I had designed without formr.”

Julia’s Workflow

2 thoughts on “Julia’s Workflow

  • 10. July 2020 at 7:22
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    I was curious if you ever considered changing the structure of your site? Its very well written; I love what youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more in the way of content so people could connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot of text for only having one or two images. Maybe you could space it out better?

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  • 13. August 2020 at 12:54
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    Thanks for your publiction. Another thing is that to be a photographer requires not only difficulty in taking award-winning photographs but hardships in getting the best photographic camera suited to your needs and most especially challenges in maintaining the caliber of your camera. It is very real and noticeable for those photography fans that are in capturing the particular nature’s fascinating scenes — the mountains, the particular forests, the actual wild or maybe the seas. Going to these adventurous places definitely requires a photographic camera that can live up to the wild’s harsh area.

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