Thanks @Kal_Lam for your response but that’s not quite what I was looking for (I’m very familiar with skip logic). I apologize for not being very clear the first time around.
The ‘skip logic’ (not sure if that’s the correct term to use) I’m exploring is on question choices and not the question itself . To put it in perspective, I’m designing an immunization coverage form for several vaccines for children under the age of 60 months (5 years)
. Immunization doses are give at specific age months and this can be quite confusing if one is looking at a large sample size.
I’m wondering whether it’s at all possible to not show, for example, dose 2 of the measles vaccine in this
follow up question based on the age of the child; i.e., because the child has not reached the age of 18 months to receive the second dose.
Hope this clarifies my question.