How do I filter and compare results while keeping average shown?

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I have an employee 360 review survey where everyone takes a survey on each employee, including him or herself. I am trying to generate a report for that takes responses for each employee and shows what it is compared to the average from his or her peers. I’ve done the “Comparison” report and then filtered by the question on “Who is this report for?” — but that option takes away the “average” and “max” statistics. Is there a way to filter a report and compare based on the response to one question, while still keeping the cool graphs and other stats intact?

Lola Gill answered
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    Lola Gill 6.75K Rep.

    There has been a lot of upgrades in SurveyGizmo reporting since you posted this question – the Standard Report is certainly something worth exploring to see if it addresses the missing stats that you were referring to:

    https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/standard-report

    You can explore the specific sections covering the comparison options here:

    https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/standard-report#comparing-data-within-your-report

    and here:

    https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/segmentation

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