Multitables 🔗

If a “table” is a rows-variable crosstabbed with a columns-variable, a multitable is a rows-variable crosstabbed with multiple columns-variables. The crosstab for each columns-variable is “tiled” side-by-side with the other columns-variable crosstabs such that a single contiguous visual table results.

This analysis format allows the relationship between multiple variables and the rows-variable to be conveniently compared, side-by-side.

A tabbook is an (Excel) export format where one or more rows-variables are selected to be cross-tabulated against the set of columns-variables defined in a multitable. By default, each resulting table is displayed in a separate Excel “tab” (worksheet), producing a workbook of crosstabs, hence the name tabbook.

See API Reference - List multitables.

See API Reference - Create multitable.

See API Reference - Multitable details.

See API Reference - Update multitable.

See API Reference - Export multitable.