View your results

Analyze results on the web

The easiest way to view your data is using the Survey123 website.

After signing in to the Survey123 website with your ArcGIS organization credentials, you can browse to the Analyze page of a survey to get a brief summary of your answers directly, without using any tools.

For each supported question in your survey, you'll see one section with different types of charts and optionally, a data table, which can reveal the trend of how your respondents answer the question.

Additionally, you can hide and show each question on the page by using the Navigation dialog box to hide and show questions, as well as quickly navigate to any questions in the survey. You can also filter responses by content or date submitted.

Print current view

Click the Navigation button to open a checklist of questions, sorted by group. Uncheck any question, and it will be removed from the display of questions in the Analyze page. Show All and Hide All options are also available.

This will allow you to narrow down your display for the Print current view button, which will print only visible questions as they currently appear. You can also change the appearance of individual questions, including hiding the results table and categories with no responses in them, which will also carry through to the printout.

View all data online

On the Data page of the Survey123 website, you can also use the data table to view all collected records in your survey.

The data table lists the answers to all questions using one column for each question. If your survey uses repeats, the answers to questions within those repeats will be available in another tab of the table view. The Layer List icon in the upper-right of the map view allows you to show or hide any tables in the feature layer, while the drop-down menu in the upper right of the table view allows you to check whether or not selecting a record will also select related records. If you check Form view, clicking a record will also show answers to all the questions for that record, including attachments, to the right of the table. Within the form view section you can also choose to print the results, as well as open the Settings menu to select whether or not to display related repeat records or the display size of any attached images.

The individual response panel also provides an Edit button, to allow the survey owner or users that have been given permission to edit their own features, to edit existing records. The survey owner can also edit responses in the data table by double-clicking on an individual field.

For spatial analysis, click Open in Map Viewer. You can also download the results.

Download results

The three scenarios where downloading your survey data is useful are as follows:

  • Analysis in third-party tools—Stata, SPSS, SAS, Tableau, and Microsoft Excel are examples of the many tools available to analyze data. You can download data captured with ArcGIS Survey123 in formats that these tools understand, such as CSV. You can also download your data in shapefile and file geodatabase formats if you want to use GIS tools compatible with these formats.
  • Backup—Download the data you capture so you have an extra copy.
  • Enterprise integration—Download your data so you can load it into your own database (Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and so on) or refine it before you bring it into your own enterprise system.

To download your data using the Survey123 website, complete the following steps:

  1. Open the Survey123 website. Sign in to your ArcGIS organizational account.

    Using ArcGIS Online

    Go to https://survey123.arcgis.com and click Sign In.

    Using ArcGIS Enterprise

    Go to https://survey123.arcgis.com?portalUrl=https://host.domain.com/webadaptor (where host, domain, and webadaptor are replaced by information about your portal) and click Sign In.

  2. Under the title for your survey, click the Data button.
  3. Choose the output format you want to use (CSV, Excel, KML, shapefile, or file geodatabase) and download your data.
Note:

When referring to values from choice lists, CSV files and Excel spreadsheets store the name value rather than the label of the choice.