JD eSurvey - Design, Collect, and Analyze Survey Data

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JD eSurvey delivers an exceptionally intuitive, open source system with easy-to-use interfaces to design, collect, and analyze survey data. It supports features to Embed unique survey inside your web sites, Bulk send survey email invitations, Randomizing pages and questions, Piping of previous answers, Customize your survey with your logo, Builds statistics, charts and graph.

https://www.jdsoft.com/jd-esurvey.html
https://github.com/JD-Software/JDeSurvey

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