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Online Survey Design and Answer Type

So you’ve decided that you need a better understanding of the characteristics of people who visit your website, or of some other business-related question. Developing a focused and effective questionnaire will help you to efficiently and accurately pinpoint the information that will help you make more informed decisions.

Developing a questionnaire is as much an art as it is a science. And just as an artist has a variety of different colors to choose from in the palette, you have a variety of different question formats with which to question an accurate picture of your customers, clients and issues that are important to them.

The Dichotomous Question
The dichotomous question is generally a “yes/no” question. An example of the dichotomous question is:

Have you ever purchased a product or service from our website?

If you want information only about product users, you may want to ask this type of question to “screen out” those who haven’t purchased your products or services. Researchers use “screening ” questions to make sure that only those people they are interested in participate in the survey.

You may also want to use yes/no questions to separate people or branch into groups of those who “have purchased” and those who “have not yet purchased” your products or services. Once separated, different questions can be asked of each of these groups.

You may want to ask the “have purchased” group how satisfied they are with your products and services, and you may want to ask the “have not purchased” group what the primary reasons are for not purchasing. In essence, your questionnaire branches to become two different sets of questions.

The Multiple Choice Questions
The multiple-choice question consists of three or more exhaustive, mutually exclusive categories. Multiple choice questions can ask for single or multiple answers. In the following example, we could ask the respondent to select exactly one answer from the 7 possible, exactly 3 of the 7, or as many of the 7 (1, 2, or 3 answers can be selected).

Example: multiple-choice question to find out how a person first heard about your website is:

How did you first hear about our web site?

  • Television
  • Radio
  • Newspaper
  • Magazine
  • Word-of-mouth
  • Internet
  • Other: Please Specify _______________

For this type of question it is important to consider including an “other” category because there may be other avenues by which the person first heard about your site that you might have overlooked.

Rank Order Scaling
Rank order scaling questions allow a certain set of brands or products to be ranked based upon a specific attribute or characteristic. Perhaps we know that Toyota, Honda, Mazda, and Ford are most likely to be purchased. You may request that the options be ranked based upon a particular attribute. Ties may or may not be allowed. If you allow ties, several options will have the same scores.

Example:
Based upon what you have seen, heard, and experienced, please rank the following brands according to their reliability. Place a “1” next to the brand that is most reliable, a “2” next to the brand that is next most reliable, and so on. Remember, no two cars can have the same ranking.

Honda__
Toyota__
Mazda__
Ford__

The Rating Scale
A rating scale question requires a person to rate a product or brand along a well-defined, evenly spaced continuum. Rating scales are often used to measure the direction and intensity of attitudes. The following is an example of a comparative rating scale question:

Which of the following categories best describes your last experience purchasing a product or service on our website? Would you say that your experience was:

  • Very pleasant
  • Somewhat pleasant
  • Neither pleasant nor unpleasant
  • Somewhat unpleasant
  • Very unpleasant

The Semantic Differential Scale
The semantic differential scale asks a person to rate a product, brand, or company based upon a seven-point rating scale that has two bi-polar adjectives at each end. The following is an example of a semantic differential scale question.

Notice that unlike the rating scale, the semantic differential scale does not have a neutral or middle selection. A person must choose, to a certain extent, one or the other adjective.


The Stapel Scale
The staple scale asks a person to rate a brand, product, or service according to a certain characteristic on a scale from +5 to -5, indicating how well the characteristic describes the product or service. The following is an example of a staple scale question:

When thinking about Data Mining Technologies, Inc. (DMT), do you believe that the word “innovative” aptly describes or poorly describes the company? On a scale of +5 to -5 with +5 being “very good description of DMT” and -5 being “poor description of DMT,” how do you rank DMT according to the word “innovative”?

The Constant Sum Question
A constant sum question permits collection of “ratio” data, meaning that the data is able to express the relative value or importance of the options (option A is twice as important as option B)

Example:
The following question asks you to divide 100 points between a set of options to show the value or importance you place on each option. Distribute the 100 points giving the more important reasons a greater number of points. The computer will prompt you if your total does not equal exactly 100 points.

When thinking about the reasons you purchased our TargetFind data mining software, please rate the following reasons according to their relative importance.

Seamless integration with other software __________
User friendliness of software __________
Ability to manipulate algorithms __________
Level of pre- and post-purchase service __________
Level of value for the price __________
Convenience of purchase/quick delivery __________

This type of question is used when you are relatively sure of the reasons for purchase, or you want input on a limited number of reasons you feel are important. Questions must sum to 100 points and point totals are checked by javascript.

The Open-Ended Question
The open-ended question seeks to explore the qualitative, in-depth aspects of a particular topic or issue. It gives a person the chance to respond in detail. Although open-ended questions are important, they are time-consuming and should not be over-used. An example of an open-ended question might be:

(If the respondent indicates they did not find what they were looking for. )

What products of services were you looking for that were not found on our website?

If you want to add an “Other” answer to a multiple choice question, you would use branching instructions to come to an open ended question to find out What Other.

The Demographic Question
Demographic questions are an integral part of any questionnaire. They are used to identify characteristics such as age, gender, income, race, geographic place of residence, number of children, and so forth. For example demographic questions will help you to classify the difference between product users and non-users. Perhaps most of your customers come from the Northeast, are between the ages of 50 and 65, and have incomes between $50,000 and $75,000.

Demographic data helps you paint a more accurate picture of the group of persons you are trying to understand. And by better understanding the type of people who use or are likely to use your product, you can allocate promotional resources to reach these people, in a more cost effective manner.

Psycho-graphic or life style questions are also included in the template files. These questions provide an in-depth psychological profile and look at activities, interests and opinions of respondents.


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Within the first week of being posted on Experts.com, I received an inquiry for consultation and expert witness work, as well as a scheduled and completed interview for a web magazine on parenting. The international reach and power of this website is phenomenal.

Since many inquiries want to see your credentials, media exposure, and experience, Experts.com posted my curriculum vitae, media resume, and media packet in my attached documents. Having been on Oprah, 60 Minutes, The Today Show, Good Morning America, The O’Reilly Factor (twice), and the local and/or national news shows of NBC, CBS, ABC, Fox, NPR, and PBS, this was important to me.

They profiled me in the Features section right after I enrolled and featured my interview with Sir George Martin, producer of the Beatles, which was on the home page of Forbes at www.Forbes.com on January 8, 2008, and which also was posted in the American Business Journals website at www.bizjournals.com.

The staff of Experts.com are incredibly responsive, answering their phones, and returning emails and phone calls almost immediately!

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Instrumentation Interview Preparation Guide

Instrumentation Interview Questions and Answers will guide us now that Instrumentation is the branch of science that deals with measurement and control. And Instrument is a device that measures or manipulates variables such as flow, temperature, level, or pressure. Instruments include many varied contrivances which can be as simple as valves and transmitters, and as complex as analyzers. Learn more about Instrumentation or get preparation of Instrumentation Jobs Interview with this Guide.

55 Instrumentation Questions and Answers:

1. Create a Push button
2. Connect a Counter series to PB
3. Create a compare button
4. Initialize 1 at one end
5. Counter output in another
6. Connect the Coil which has to be energized
7. Initialize 2 at one end
8. Counter output in another
9. Connect the Coil which has to be reenergized.

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Remote mount with MTA means MTA connector for mounting remote connection.
MTA is the Connector used for connection. Generally we called it MTA Connector.
There are many types of MTA connector such as MTA 100connectors, Mta 156 connectors etc.

Is This Answer Correct? 467 Yes 12 No

Generally in a transistor some amount of voltage is required for turning it on. This voltage is the cut in voltage. Up to this voltage the exists a nonlinearity in its characteristics. Beyond this cut in voltage the char. of transistor is linear. This nonlinear region lays between 0-4ma, beyond 4ma it linear. This is why 4-20 ma range is used.

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Control valve can not be without positioner. The purpose of the positioner is to control the control valve stroke so as to keep the valve in desired position. The positioner receives signal from the controller, and send the boosted signal to the actuator to reach the desired position as and when the valve reaches the desired position the positioner cuts the boosted signal to the actuator and keeps the position.

Is This Answer Correct? 779 Yes 35 No

Instrumentation can be used to measure certain field parameters (physical values):

These measured values include:

* pressure, either differential or static
* flow
* temperature – Temperature_measurement
* level – Level Measurement
* density
* viscosity
* radiation
* current
* voltage
* inductance
* capacitance
* frequency
* resistivity
* conductivity
* chemical composition
* chemical properties
* various physical properties

Is This Answer Correct? 685 Yes 5 No

In addition to measuring field parameters, instrumentation is also responsible for providing the ability to modify some field parameters.

Some examples include:
Device Field Parameter(s)
Valve Flow, Pressure
Relay Voltage, Current
Solenoid Physical Location, Level
Circuit breaker Voltage, Current

Is This Answer Correct? 336 Yes 5 No

Instrumentation engineering is the engineering specialization focused on the principle and operation of measuring instruments which are used in design and configuration of automated systems in electrical, pneumatic domains etc. They typically work for industries with automated processes, such as chemical or manufacturing plants, with the goal of improving system productivity, reliability, safety, optimization and stability.

Is This Answer Correct? 253 Yes 6 No

Instrumentation technologists, technicians and mechanics specialize in troubleshooting and repairing instruments and instrumentation systems. This trade is so intertwined with electricians, pipefitters, power engineers, and engineering companies, that one can find him/herself in extremely diverse working situations. An over-arching term, “Instrument Fitter” is often used to describe people in this field, regardless of any specialization. oo nga.

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If we have more I/o’s in digital signals than analogue signals normally we choose DCS. and vice versa.

Is This Answer Correct? 520 Yes 51 No

In closed tank, bottom of the tank is connected to the high pressure side of the transmitter. Top of tank is connected to the lower pressure side of the transmitter. In this way vessel pressure can be measured.

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Career Profile: Medical Assistant – Phyllis Shipper #career #profile: #medical #assistant, #phyllis


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Career Profile: Medical Assistant – Phyllis Shipper

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I chose this career because

I chose to become a medical assistant because of a wonderful and rewarding experience I had as a youth. I volunteered as a Candy Striper at the Hebrew Home for the Aged in Maryland. The enjoyment and overwhelming satisfaction I felt by helping others was incredible! Ever since then, I knew I wanted to work with people in a meaningful way and make a positive impact in this world.

After high school, I worked many different jobs – in retail, in food services, and even as a truck driver before I finally made my career choice to be a medical assistant. I got my first job in the medical field not because of what I knew, but for who I knew. I met my future boss through a relative, who was also friends with my current supervisor. They arranged an interview for me, and I got the job. Once my foot was in the door there was no stopping me.

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Education and Certification

My on-the-job training proved to be the best overall education I could have received thanks to my supervisor. She taught me reception skills, the complicated coding system used to file patient insurance forms, and much more. My friend Lisa, also a Certified Medical Assistant ( CMA ), encouraged me to further my career by becoming a CMA. With the help and support of my friends associated with the Maryland Society of Medical Assistants, I took the four-hour exam and passed.

Since I became certified, the criteria for becoming a CMA has changed. Currently, candidates must graduate from a school that has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs or the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools to be eligible to take the certification exam.

Certification must be kept current by earning continuing education credits. Every five years CMA’s must become re-certified. They can do this through continuing education or by retaking the exam.

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My typical workday involves

My typical workday is full, and by no means boring, because of the multitasking skills necessary to run a well-organized and successful medical practice. The doctor does the doctoring, and the medical assistant does everything else.

The responsibilities of a medical assistant working in a primary care physician’s office are enormous. Your number one priority is the patients, and helping them feel at ease, and that they are well cared for (both in person and on the phone). I try to give the patients my full attention and let them know they are important to me.

• Answer, screen, and triage all telephone calls
• Meet and greet the incoming patients, drug representatives, and other visitors
• Prepare and maintain patient charts and all other files
• Inventory and maintain stock of all supplies needed by the physician and medical staff
• Maintain safety and cleanliness of examination rooms
• Manage patient scheduling and keep examination rooms occupied (This facilitates keeping your doctor on schedule, which in-turn will help maintain a peaceful atmosphere in your office. People don’t like to be kept waiting.)
• When necessary assist the doctor with examinations
• Billing to insurance companies and financial collections for services rendered This is done in-house in my office but some doctor’s offices hire-out this task.

• Measure patients’ height, weight, temperature, and blood pressure
• Prepare and send patients’ blood and/or urine samples for lab tests. I use a tabletop centrifuge which spins the blood samples to prepare them for the lab.
• Perform spirometry test for those who have breathing problems. I use a Spirometer to measure the air capacity in the lungs.
• Perform electrocardiograms (commonly known as EKGs) – EKG’s measure the electric currents in the heart and helps the doctor diagnose irregular rhythms and heart disease.
• Prepare patients for stress tests

What I like best/least about my work

It is ironic that what I enjoy most about my job is also what I also like least. I enjoy being a patient advocate, when necessary, by working with them and their insurance companies. I help them to understand their insurance benefits. My least favorite responsibility is collections. It is very frustrating when you have to fight with insurance companies and others for payments due to the doctor.

My career goal is

My career goal is to keep up with the ever-changing rules, regulations, and laws in the medical profession. I continue to strive to make a visit to the doctor’s office a positive and good experience for each patient.


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Online Survey Design and Answer Type

So you’ve decided that you need a better understanding of the characteristics of people who visit your website, or of some other business-related question. Developing a focused and effective questionnaire will help you to efficiently and accurately pinpoint the information that will help you make more informed decisions.

Developing a questionnaire is as much an art as it is a science. And just as an artist has a variety of different colors to choose from in the palette, you have a variety of different question formats with which to question an accurate picture of your customers, clients and issues that are important to them.

The Dichotomous Question
The dichotomous question is generally a “yes/no” question. An example of the dichotomous question is:

Have you ever purchased a product or service from our website?

If you want information only about product users, you may want to ask this type of question to “screen out” those who haven’t purchased your products or services. Researchers use “screening ” questions to make sure that only those people they are interested in participate in the survey.

You may also want to use yes/no questions to separate people or branch into groups of those who “have purchased” and those who “have not yet purchased” your products or services. Once separated, different questions can be asked of each of these groups.

You may want to ask the “have purchased” group how satisfied they are with your products and services, and you may want to ask the “have not purchased” group what the primary reasons are for not purchasing. In essence, your questionnaire branches to become two different sets of questions.

The Multiple Choice Questions
The multiple-choice question consists of three or more exhaustive, mutually exclusive categories. Multiple choice questions can ask for single or multiple answers. In the following example, we could ask the respondent to select exactly one answer from the 7 possible, exactly 3 of the 7, or as many of the 7 (1, 2, or 3 answers can be selected).

Example: multiple-choice question to find out how a person first heard about your website is:

How did you first hear about our web site?

  • Television
  • Radio
  • Newspaper
  • Magazine
  • Word-of-mouth
  • Internet
  • Other: Please Specify _______________

For this type of question it is important to consider including an “other” category because there may be other avenues by which the person first heard about your site that you might have overlooked.

Rank Order Scaling
Rank order scaling questions allow a certain set of brands or products to be ranked based upon a specific attribute or characteristic. Perhaps we know that Toyota, Honda, Mazda, and Ford are most likely to be purchased. You may request that the options be ranked based upon a particular attribute. Ties may or may not be allowed. If you allow ties, several options will have the same scores.

Example:
Based upon what you have seen, heard, and experienced, please rank the following brands according to their reliability. Place a “1” next to the brand that is most reliable, a “2” next to the brand that is next most reliable, and so on. Remember, no two cars can have the same ranking.

Honda__
Toyota__
Mazda__
Ford__

The Rating Scale
A rating scale question requires a person to rate a product or brand along a well-defined, evenly spaced continuum. Rating scales are often used to measure the direction and intensity of attitudes. The following is an example of a comparative rating scale question:

Which of the following categories best describes your last experience purchasing a product or service on our website? Would you say that your experience was:

  • Very pleasant
  • Somewhat pleasant
  • Neither pleasant nor unpleasant
  • Somewhat unpleasant
  • Very unpleasant

The Semantic Differential Scale
The semantic differential scale asks a person to rate a product, brand, or company based upon a seven-point rating scale that has two bi-polar adjectives at each end. The following is an example of a semantic differential scale question.

Notice that unlike the rating scale, the semantic differential scale does not have a neutral or middle selection. A person must choose, to a certain extent, one or the other adjective.


The Stapel Scale
The staple scale asks a person to rate a brand, product, or service according to a certain characteristic on a scale from +5 to -5, indicating how well the characteristic describes the product or service. The following is an example of a staple scale question:

When thinking about Data Mining Technologies, Inc. (DMT), do you believe that the word “innovative” aptly describes or poorly describes the company? On a scale of +5 to -5 with +5 being “very good description of DMT” and -5 being “poor description of DMT,” how do you rank DMT according to the word “innovative”?

The Constant Sum Question
A constant sum question permits collection of “ratio” data, meaning that the data is able to express the relative value or importance of the options (option A is twice as important as option B)

Example:
The following question asks you to divide 100 points between a set of options to show the value or importance you place on each option. Distribute the 100 points giving the more important reasons a greater number of points. The computer will prompt you if your total does not equal exactly 100 points.

When thinking about the reasons you purchased our TargetFind data mining software, please rate the following reasons according to their relative importance.

Seamless integration with other software __________
User friendliness of software __________
Ability to manipulate algorithms __________
Level of pre- and post-purchase service __________
Level of value for the price __________
Convenience of purchase/quick delivery __________

This type of question is used when you are relatively sure of the reasons for purchase, or you want input on a limited number of reasons you feel are important. Questions must sum to 100 points and point totals are checked by javascript.

The Open-Ended Question
The open-ended question seeks to explore the qualitative, in-depth aspects of a particular topic or issue. It gives a person the chance to respond in detail. Although open-ended questions are important, they are time-consuming and should not be over-used. An example of an open-ended question might be:

(If the respondent indicates they did not find what they were looking for. )

What products of services were you looking for that were not found on our website?

If you want to add an “Other” answer to a multiple choice question, you would use branching instructions to come to an open ended question to find out What Other.

The Demographic Question
Demographic questions are an integral part of any questionnaire. They are used to identify characteristics such as age, gender, income, race, geographic place of residence, number of children, and so forth. For example demographic questions will help you to classify the difference between product users and non-users. Perhaps most of your customers come from the Northeast, are between the ages of 50 and 65, and have incomes between $50,000 and $75,000.

Demographic data helps you paint a more accurate picture of the group of persons you are trying to understand. And by better understanding the type of people who use or are likely to use your product, you can allocate promotional resources to reach these people, in a more cost effective manner.

Psycho-graphic or life style questions are also included in the template files. These questions provide an in-depth psychological profile and look at activities, interests and opinions of respondents.


Human Resources: Help Desk Support for Teleworkers #hr, #human #resources, #hr #community,


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Help desks in companies implementing telework programs will experience a higher volume of calls and requests than normal, especially during the first month following implementation.

Without proper planning and infrastructure in place, the help desk can quickly become overwhelmed. This can lead to escalating support costs and decreased employee and help desk staff productivity, all potentially negating the cost savings realized by teleworking in the first place.


Teleworker Help Desk Requirements

Most teleworkers will work out of their home offices. If they do run into difficulties, these are likely to be related to connectivity issues and malfunctioning applications; especially VPN and password problems. Teleworkers IT complaints and requests are likely to be staggered throughout the day and those experiencing issues outside of normal business hours can experience loss of productivity and intense frustration. Because of this, some companies that have implemented telework programs choose to extend their help desk hours.

A help desk supporting teleworkers should be capable of the following:
” Tracking and prioritizing IT issues.

” Remotely diagnosing, troubleshooting and resolving PC issues.

” Providing training on the use of company equipment and programs.

” Providing information on how to set up home offices for top equipment function.

Multiple Methods to Access Ticketing System
Existing help desks should already be tracking and prioritizing employee issues through a help desk ticketing solution. However, given their remote nature, teleworkers should have more than one means of reporting a problem. If a teleworkers computer is not functioning properly or if they are experiencing basic connectivity issues, they will not be able to access Web and e-mail based tracking systems. Therefore, it is important to have a phone access number for employees to report issues.

Self-Help Solutions
IT departments should offer training and self-help solutions for simple IT issues that teleworkers may encounter, especially low priority ones that the help desk may be unable to address immediately. These self-help solutions can be in the form of:
” Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and the answers.

” Teleworker training sessions and online training documents.

” Step by step self-help instructions for solving simple problems.

” Wikis where teleworkers post tips and help educate each other.

” Online message boards where changes and reoccurring problems are addressed by the help desk technicians.

Implementing self-help solutions for teleworkers will reduce the volume of calls the help desk receives. By providing troubleshooting information and training on how to set up home offices, internet connections, printers, and fax machines, companies can ease teleworker frustration and decrease downtime associated with related problems. Additionally, implementing self-help solutions will lessen the need for employees to search for software workarounds on the Internet to solve their problems, potentially leading to security issues. Obviously, benefits will only be realized if teleworkers are aware of the resources available to them. It is therefore important for the help desk to provide teleworkers with a list of available resources and where they can be accessed.

Remotely Diagnose and Resolve Problems
Teleworkers are likely to experience most of their problems at home, where there is no on-site help. As such, one of the most important and common capabilities that IT departments have is the ability to remotely diagnose and resolve computer issues. This capability serves to accelerate repair times by eliminating the hassle of carrying the computer to the office and having the technicians speculate about the problem. Generally, in Windows environments, Microsoft’s integrated Remote Assistance tool suits this purpose. However, hosted remote desktop support services that do not rely on a VPN connection, such as Citrix GoToAssist and LogMeIn Rescue, can serve as a more versatile solution for larger distributed environments.

Sometimes a problem cannot be resolved remotely and the malfunctioning computer must be sent to the IT department for remediation. In these cases, it is necessary for IT to have spares or loaner machines on hand that can be couriered to the teleworker to prevent teleworker downtime.

Recommendations
1. Provide multiple methods of contacting the help desk. This allows teleworkers to contact the help desk regardless of their IT problem.

2. Create a self-help toolset for teleworkers. This allows teleworkers that are experiencing low priority issues to address them on their own.

3. Offer teleworker application and office set up training. Offering teleworker training on how to set up a home office and properly configure the home internet connection and other equipment will reduce the number of preventable complaints that the help desk receives.

4. Have the ability to remotely diagnose and resolve problems. This will help reduce teleworker frustration and downtime.


Bottom Line

Teleworking has specific help desk challenges that must be addressed and accounted for in the project planning stage of the program. Doing so will prevent the help desk from being inundated by teleworker support requests and help mitigate teleworker performance and frustration issues.

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Expert Witness Directory, Consultants Directory, Expert Witness and Consultant Articles, CVs, Books


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Expert Witness Directory, Consultants Directory, Expert Witness and Consultant Articles, CVs, Books

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17 Data Entry Operator (DEO) Interview Questions And Answers #data #entry #operator,


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Data Entry Operator (DEO) Interview Preparation Guide

Data Entry Operator (DEO) Interview Questions and Answers will guide us now that the Data entry operator enters data into a machine using a alpha-numeric keyboard with speed and accuracy. Data entry and information processing workers help ensure the smooth and efficient handling of information. By keying in text, entering data into a computer, operating a variety of office machines, and performing other clerical duties, So get DEO job with this Data Entry Operator (DEO) Interview Questions Guide

17 Data Entry Operator Questions and Answers:

A data entry operator is someone whos main function is to enter data into a computer. this function is not related to any particular sector and most of the time its an entry level position.

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I will enter data very carefully. Some people do it all the time

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DFDs are constructed using four major components External Entries:External entities represent the source of data as input to the system. Data stores:Data stores represent stores of data within the system. Processes on inside the business depicted in the context diagram.DFDs are constructed using four major components External Entries:External entities represent the source of data as input to the system. Data stores:Data

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Usually data entry personnel – who enter, for example, 13/25/2010, by mistake, while errors in data integrity are caused by bugs in computer programs that, for example, cause data. Therefore, testing should be performed on a regular basis because data changes over time.Data Validity Errors caused due to incorrect data entry, called data validity errors, are probably the most

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Please provide more detail. Is this intended to mean:

► Content Management System (depends on which one; be more specific)?
► Conversational Monitoring System (an operating system; you dont “do data entry” directly into it but into a program running under CMS, so again youd need to specify what program)?
► Or something else?

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It depends on the market, survey the salary of DEO in the market yourself.

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No, data entry is using an alphanumeric keyboard and/or ten key to enter data into a computer or data base. Filing is organizing data either alphabetically or relevant data into files or folders.

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around $31k Canadian.

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For extended periods of time. Because they are separate from operational systems, data warehouses provide retrieval of data without slowing down operational systems. Data warehouses facilitate decision support warehouses can work in conjunction with and, hence, enhance the value of operational business applications, notably customer relationship management CRM systems. Data warehouse architecture

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For operating fairground organs and related instruments. It was used through the 20th century in unit record machines for input, processing, and data storage. Early digital computers used punched cards as the primary medium for input of both computer programs and data, with offline data entry on key punch machines. Some voting machines use punched cards.

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