Export Raw Data to Excel
Export your data into a spreadsheet for in-depth analysis.
Filter Export Data
There are many reasons why you may not want to include all of your data in an Export. You may only want to see people who answer a specific question, or data from a certain date range. We allow you to do all of this with Export filtering.
Include/Exclude Partial Responses in a Report or Export
Using the filtering tools available in any Alchemer report, you can include or exclude responses by response status. Use these tools to include Partial responses or exclude Disqualified respondent.
Share, Email, and Schedule an Export
Our export sharing features allow you to share results with your customers, clients, colleagues and stakeholders as soon as responses start rolling in! You can also set up a schedule for an export to run on a one-off basis, daily, weekly, or monthly and have it sent to an email address (up to 5) of your choice!
Bulk File Export
You can download files uploaded to your survey in bulk, customize their file names, filter, and even publish/share your files!
Bulk PDF Export
You can export your survey's Individual Responses to PDF. This can be done one-by-one or in bulk, depending on your preference.
Piped Data Export: Export Raw Data from Piped Questions and Pages
The Piped Data Export is designed to export raw data from either question piped (including row piped tables) or page piped questions.
Export Data to FTP
Send an export of your survey's raw data to an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) site on the Share tab of your CSV/Excel Export.
Our SPSS export feature not only allows you to export your data to SPSS but will automatically setup and import your variable names, variable types, titles, and value labels for SPSS as well. We do this by exporting directly to SPSS's proprietary .SAV format from Alchemer which makes the export process clean and easy.
How to Open a CSV file in SPSS
If you're working in SPSS, but prefer Alchemer's CSV export settings, here is a way to open a CSV in SPSS for analysis.
Piped Data in SPSS Exports
Utilizing Piped Data from the application in your SPSS exports.
Is your exported raw data formatted incorrectly?
This can happen if you have auto-formatting turned on in Excel. This feature will try to do you a favor by recognizing data and applying an applicable format. For example, any numeric compatible with a MM-DD or MM-DD-YYYY format will show as a date. If Excel has made some assumptions that do not apply to your data you can fix this up easily!
Understanding Time Started and Date Submitted in your responses
If you're looking at your responses and the time-stamp for looks incorrect, you probably just need to adjust your account time zone.
Why are the characters in my export displaying incorrectly?
If the export of your survey's raw data has nonsense characters it's likely because your survey data is in a language that uses special characters like accents, tildes and such. Fortunately, it's easy to fix this!