and the implications of the way they voted
The most obvious implication will be to show where there are right and wrong answers.
You might also want to show how the audience vote compares with another group or how an audience vote on the same question changed between the beginning and the end of an event or a presentation.
show how different voting profiles compare
or profiling questions set, you are in a position to compare how groups within the audience, who voted one way on one question, subsequently voted on another.
In the example shown, you can see that although 31.8% of overall delegate work for Local Authorities, the percentage in that category from the South of the country was virtually 10%t higher.
Change the order to show the significance or have visual options
If you ask your audience to voting for their priorities on an issue, the vote can be made more meaningful to the audience by listing it in the resulting priority order.
the third results demondtrates that you can get ask an audience to vote on a visual as well as a verbal question and then show them the results.
Responses can be captured in data as well as graphical format
The Interactive Presenter™ captures audience voting results in both graphical and data forms.
You can choose to display or not display the responses on-screen.
The choice you make will depend on what is best for the objectives of your presentation.
All data captured can be easily analysed afterwards usually through automatically exporting it to other very familiar applications like Excel for further manipulation.