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Database Guide: Simmons OneView: Tip: Use Bases

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Use Bases

If you’d like to narrow your search by a third variable, you can add a Base to your search.

If you have already done a search, click on “Crosstab Editor” in the upper left hand corner to re-open the worksheet.

We want to modify our earlier search about wealthy microbrew beer drinkers to limit to just women.

1- Click on “Crosstab Editor” in the upper left hand corner to re-open the worksheet.

2- Click on the “Bases” tab above the Column and Row boxes on the right.

3- Click on the blue “Search” tab. Select “All” and put the word female in the search box. Press the blue Search button.

4- Click on the little arrow next to the folder icon LIFESTYLE--DEMOGRAPHICS. Then on the arrow next to the folder DEMOGRAPHICS (PERSONAL INFORMATION).

5- Highlight the question GENDER

6- All the answers appear in the center column. Drag and drop Female into the Bases box on the far right.

You now have your base in place. To see your results, click on the blue Run Crosstab button, in the upper right hand corner.

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