Survana has a few easy ways to quickly get started, each one appealing to a different use case.
bin/serverbinary from the shell
For security reasons, you must set an administrator username and password, as shown below:
After a configuration change, restart the web service for the new changes to take effect.
To access Survana's dashboard:
Enter your administrator username and password and click on "Sign in" to continue.
To quickly add a new study, click the green button on the Studies page:
Choose any of the available forms on the right and click the Save button when finished.
Survana lets you preview the study as it appears to the subject.
All available actions are displayed as yellow buttons on the toolbar:
Use these buttons to visualize how your study will look on a variety of device formats:
To bring up the edit screen for your study, click on Edit. You can add or remove forms, just as you did on the Create study page.
When the study is ready for distribution, click on to bring the publication screen.
You will notice two new buttons:
After publishing your study, the page will display the public URL to your study, which you can share with your participants.
To make changes to your study after you've published it, click Revert to draft
Note that your study will be inaccessible during the time its not published.
To download responses collected by the study, use the command line tool
survana, bundled with the downloaded package.
$ ./survana -store https://example.com/store/ -study XYZThis will download all responses for the study with id
XYZfrom the specified Survana Store URL.
To develop questionnaires in Survana you must have knowledge of the JSON data format.
When you've gained enough knowledge of Survana, visit the API page for an in-depth coverage of the questionnaire format:
Read the API Documentation