Implementing the Geneva Emotion Wheel

jbrandt
jbrandt Utrecht, NetherlandsCommunity Member Qubie ✭

I am looking into building a survey in which respondents will indicate their experienced emotion using the latest version of the Geneva Emotion Wheel as described here: https://www.unige.ch/cisa/gew/

Since there is no standard way of doing this in qualtrics I was hoping maybe somebody had tried something similar and had some ideas as to how to implement it, the result should look something like this.

My first instinct would be to start with a matrix question and use either Javascript or CSS transforms to angle the rows of radio buttons and make them progressively bigger. I've also considered using the Heat Map but I think this will make the actual collected data harder to use, since I'm not sure how the heat map really works. I imagine I could manually create a zone for each circle on the graph and maybe use that?

Answers

  • jbrandt
    jbrandt Utrecht, NetherlandsCommunity Member Qubie ✭

    In case anyone else ever has this same issue

    @ahmedA has made a very good implementation using an existing library and has agreed to share it, this is reliant on the external libraries and it takes some extra effort to get the values into the actual results

    I've also made an implementation, which uses the native Qualtrics question matrix and heavily depends on CSS transforms and onLoad javascript, which means it does not work well on mobile and doesn't work with the standard 'Modern' style. But it might still be of use to people.


  • whatsitcalled
    whatsitcalled Glasgow, UKCommunity Member Qubie ✭

    Hi. I'd love to use @ahmedA 's implementation but can't seem to make it work in qualtrics. I just get a list like this:

    group_1 value: ${e://Field/group_1} 

    group_2 value: ${e://Field/group_2} 

    group_3 value: ${e://Field/group_3} 

    group_4 value: ${e://Field/group_4} 

    group_5 value: ${e://Field/group_5} 

    group_6 value: ${e://Field/group_6} 

    group_7 value: ${e://Field/group_7} 

    group_8 value: ${e://Field/group_8} 

    group_9 value: ${e://Field/group_9} 

    group_10 value: ${e://Field/group_10} 

    group_11 value: ${e://Field/group_11} 

    group_12 value: ${e://Field/group_12} 

    group_13 value: ${e://Field/group_13} 

    group_14 value: ${e://Field/group_14} 

    group_15 value: ${e://Field/group_15} 

    group_16 value: ${e://Field/group_16} 

    group_17 value: ${e://Field/group_17} 

    group_18 value: ${e://Field/group_18} 

    group_19 value: ${e://Field/group_19} 

    group_20 value: ${e://Field/group_20}


    What else do I need to do to make it work? I've noted the comment

    >>this is reliant on the external libraries and it takes some extra effort to get the values into the actual results

    but don't know which external libraries this refers to.

    Thanks.