The Datatblr program generates a table volume that contains the univariate description of all metric and categorical variables of a data set. Datatblr delivers the table volume as LaTeX and PDF file. All you have to do is upload a CSV file with your survey's response data and a CSV file with the meta information of your questionnaire. Datatblr is suitable for generating table volumes that typically appear in the appendix of research reports or are needed to prepare more detailed analyses.
Try out Datatblr with our sample source files. Both files are part of the "Marx Tutorial" from the SurveyAMC project. The data file contains the Marx questionnaire's response data, and the meta file includes the questionnaire meta-information. Download them and then upload them again using the form above.
You may also take a look at the meta file to get to know its' structure. Further information about how to create a meta file you will find in the documentation of the SurveyAMC project.