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Google Forms (and their other docs) make data mining a snap. Here is a brief presentation that illustrates the benefits of Google Forms.

Google Forms (and their other docs) make data mining a snap. Here is a brief presentation that illustrates the benefits of Google Forms.

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  • 1. Using Google’s Forms To Gather Data from a Group by N4FTD, Paul
  • 2. Start Here... • start by looking at a completed form (a sample) at the URL below • open this form in a separate browser window, so you have this presentation and the sample form opened side-by-side • here’s the sample form’s URL (click on it): https://spreadsheets.google.com:443/a/smls5.com/viewform?formkey=dG82UzduNXI2dDRZdjd0bVAycVFabmc6MA..
  • 3. The form creation tool looks like this...
  • 4. The form looks like this to an end user... • You provide your respondent with the URL • They open up form in a web browser • Type their answers • and click submit....
  • 5. Here’s what they see after pressing SUBMIT:
  • 6. Here’s what you see as a result:
  • 7. Why would I use this? • Every new respondent who puts in their name, callsign, and topic ideas generates a new line in the spreadsheet • You can sort the spreadsheet by callsign • You can extract their ideas (copy/paste into another document if needed) • Unlimited use for data mining on a variety of topics
  • 8. How to get this started • Create a google account (begin with a free gmail account) • All the other google apps comes with your free account • Best of all, you can “collaborate” in the creation of google apps (or, google docs) with other google account holders -- each of you can be working on the same doc simultaneously!
  • 9. Have fun! • click here to learn more about google docs • https://www.google.com/accounts/ServiceLogin?service=writely&passive=true&nui=1&continue=http%3A %2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2F&followup=http%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com %2F&ltmpl=homepage&rm=false

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