DIY mood tracker with LimeSurvey

My friend and fellow adventurer Irene Dubois—not her real name of course—recently came home from a psychiatric appointment needing a way to track her daily mood. She tested several smartphone apps designed for this purpose, but found them too inflexible. Consequently, she asked me to create a custom mood tracker for her. The design requirements […]

a better way to ask about gender in survey questionnaires

Survey questionnaires regularly ask respondents’ sex or gender, and mostly offer only the binary options: When presented with such a survey on paper, I typically add and then select a third option: “Fuck you”. (Similarly, I do the same with race/ethnicity questions when asked to choose one out of four or five options). However, we […]