Thanks for your question. And yes, if the “text values equals” comparator is used, then the value (be it a number or text) is interpreted as as string / text. So, this would work. I would always recommend to use very clear codes after the colon in answer options. For example, if the answer options represent Likert-scale answers and you will do some calculations afterwards (e.g. in R, Python, Matlab, or SPSS), go for integer values (e.g. “
strongly agree:7”). By contrast, use a text value if the answer options represent some coaching sessions the participants should select (e.g. “
I want to know more about sleep hygiene:sleepHygiene”).
I hope this helps.