latency in surveypage


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Our block contains 2 <surveypage> each with 10 radiobutton survey questions. The output survey data file saves a new column for each radiobutton response and latency. The latency values are same for each 10 radiobuttons for one page. Does this latency show the total time spent on this page? If not, how do I save the total time spent responding on each page.
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nidhi_desai - 3/13/2024
Our block contains 2 <surveypage> each with 10 radiobutton survey questions. The output survey data file saves a new column for each radiobutton response and latency. The latency values are same for each 10 radiobuttons for one page. Does this latency show the total time spent on this page? If not, how do I save the total time spent responding on each page.

Latency is measured at the page level, for all questions on the given page, the latency recorded will be the same. Latency reflects when the page was submitted, i.e. when the "Next" button was clicked.
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Dave - 3/13/2024
nidhi_desai - 3/13/2024
Our block contains 2 <surveypage> each with 10 radiobutton survey questions. The output survey data file saves a new column for each radiobutton response and latency. The latency values are same for each 10 radiobuttons for one page. Does this latency show the total time spent on this page? If not, how do I save the total time spent responding on each page.

Latency is measured at the page level, for all questions on the given page, the latency recorded will be the same. Latency reflects when the page was submitted, i.e. when the "Next" button was clicked.

Thank you for your answer. Is the value I see in latency in milliseconds?
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Dave - 3/13/2024
nidhi_desai - 3/13/2024
Our block contains 2 <surveypage> each with 10 radiobutton survey questions. The output survey data file saves a new column for each radiobutton response and latency. The latency values are same for each 10 radiobuttons for one page. Does this latency show the total time spent on this page? If not, how do I save the total time spent responding on each page.

Latency is measured at the page level, for all questions on the given page, the latency recorded will be the same. Latency reflects when the page was submitted, i.e. when the "Next" button was clicked.

Thank you for your answer. Is the value I see in latency in milliseconds?

Yes. Latency is always in milliseconds
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