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Lotusphere 2006 Survey Results are in......Read 'em and weep, my friends! (Updated)

By Andrew Pollack on 02/03/2006 at 09:29 PM EST

I wasn't going to go to the trouble of adding these up from the website, but since all of you seem to being doing it on your blogs it only seemed fitting. Of course, now it's going to be hard to fit my head through the door after reading these. I don't know what formula is used to compare these percentages from sessions with differing numbers of attendees, but I suspect I'll come out ok. :-)

Updated: I wasn't sure if you guys are including blanks in your percentage calculations or not, so I put both numbers up.

Note: I've been told that there are some surveys missing on the website. Obviously, all I did to get these numbers was print the page on the site and count the columns (which do not appear to be in the right order, by the way). If someone (Rocky?) has access to the actual data, I'd be happy to update this.

At a ratio of 82 to 0, those who filled in the surveys would recommend me speaking at upcoming IBM/Lotus events.
Out of 82 responses, it comes out with 100% "Good/Excellent" compared to 0% Poor/Bad.

* I sure hope my late Friday night math is good, or one of you will write to tell me I'm a moron. To which I will of course respond "Yes, but a moron with excellent scores!".

How would you rate the quality and relevance of the information in the session?
83.5% Excellent: 71 of 85 ( or 71 or 83 responses = 85.5%)
14.0% Good: 12 of 85 (or 12 of 83 responses = 14.4%)
02.3% Blank: 2 of 85
00.0% Poor / Bad

How would you rate the quality and effectiveness of the speaker(s)/facilitator(s)?
88.2% Excellent: 75 of 85 (or 75 of 83 responses = 90.3%)
09.4% Good: 8 of 85 (or 8 or 83 responses = 9.7%)
02.3% Blank: 2 of 85
00.0% Poor / Bad

Would you recommend an updated version of this session/topic for upcoming IBM/Lotus technical events?
90.5% Yes: 77 of 85 (or 77 of 81 responses = 95%)
04.7% No: 4 of 85 (or 4 of 81 responses = 5%)
04.7% Blank: 4 of 85

Would you recommend this speaker(s) for upcoming IBM/Lotus technical events?
96.4% Yes: 82 of 85 (or 82 of 82 responses = 100%)
00.0% No: 0 of 85 (or 0 of 82 responses = 0%)
03.5% Blank: 3 of 85

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