The scale answer format displays a scale to the participant for them to select a value in a range. For instance, it is useful to assess things like pain scores, instead of having to present a text choice to the participant.
The continuous scale allows the participant to choose any value between the minimum and maximum allowable values.
If you want to limit choices to discrete values along the scale, try the Discrete Scale answer format.
|The lower bound of the scale.
|Minimum Value Description
|A label to describe the minimum value of the scale.
|The upper bound of the scale.
|Maximum Value Description
|A label to describe the maximum value of the scale.
|Most imaginable pain
|Maximum Fraction Digits
|The maximum number of fractional digits to display.
|The default value for the scale.
|Indication of whether the scale should be oriented vertically.