| 87 | ==== Form Analysis ==== |

| 88 | The form will consists of questions, each question will have a question type associated with it. These question types will form the basis of the analysis: |

| 89 | ||=Questions Type=||=Type of analysis possible=|| |

| 90 | ||Location||Mapping analysis will be possible (for the whole form)|| |

| 91 | ||String or texts||Minimal analysis (count for equality would be possible, such as answering the question how many assessment forms has this person submitted)|| |

| 92 | ||Option type||Charts and frequency tables|| |

| 93 | ||Numerical type||Statistical and multi-value analysis|| |

| 94 | The basic form analysis can be broken down into the following sequence: |

| 95 | * Identify the number of questions of each type |

| 96 | * Identify if map analysis is possible |

| 97 | * Identify the number (and ratio) of text based questions |

| 98 | * Generate a rating of the assessment form (very subjective but may be of use for guidance) |

| 99 | * Identify sections that have a low rating (therefore might be improved with more quantitative data) |

| 100 | It may be desirable to allow certain section to be excluded from this analysis (such as the contact details of the enumerators). |

| 101 | ==== Data Analysis ==== |