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Re: [Osdc-list] Need Help to Develop OpenSource Survey(s)

For most of the students we advise, the hosted survey system at Survey Monkey or Zoomerang more than meets their needs.


If you want to "roll your own", there's Lime Survey, which I'm JUST beginning to scratch the surface of:


I recently learned of another hosted service -- Qualtrics -- that seems popular among academics and businesses, but I don't really know much about it -- other than the reason I learned about it: Members of a One Laptop per Child (OLPC) list were asked to participate.


Survey Monkey's the only one I've worked with really.  (I've rolled a few from scratch a la LAPPP - Linux / Apache / PostgreSQL / PHP / Python, which allows me do do a few cute AJAX-y tricks, but doesn't seem worth the effort.)

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