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A prompt is a set of choices. For example, if the question is “Which do you want more?”, an example prompt would be “free ice cream” vs. “free beer.”
A question refers to an entire idea marketplace. For example, when someone creates a question they are creating an idea marketplace which is made of choices and votes.
- questions/vote_rate (>= v3.0.1)
- questions/upload_to_participation_rate (>= v3.0.1)
- questions/median_responses_per_session (>= v3.0.1)
- questions/votes_per_uploaded_choice (>= v3.0.1)
A choice is one of the items that people are choosing between. Examples of choices are: “free ice cream”, “free beer”, “better professors”. Choices could also be defined by pictures, videos, or sound files.
A visitor is someone who visits a question.
CSV data export of the votes, non-votes, or ideas of a question.An export is
These produces graphs about the patterns of prompts that have been voted on. These are experimental and you probably don’t want to use them now.