Once you create a table the base size warning will appear in your column header or in your cell depending on your base size.


Example 1: Base size appearing in the column text:



Total *
Base size170
Happy with sales man - Agree33%
Happy with sales man - Neutral33%
Happy with sales man - Disagree
33%

 * Base size lower than 200


Adding a compare filter will show the base size warning in the compared answers' text. Example 2:



MenFemale *
Base size15020
Happy with sales man - Agree33%20%
Happy with sales man - Neutral33%
30%
Happy with sales man - Disagree
33%50%

 * Base size lower than 30


However, when adding a question to this chart, the logic will make sure that the warning is shown in the cell as a new question can have a different base size, theoretically. Example 3:



MenFemale
Base size15020
Happy with sales man - Agree33% *20% *
Happy with sales man - Neutral33% *
30% *
Happy with sales man - Disagree
33% *50% *
Happy with Test drive - Agree20% *10% *
Happy with Test drive - Neutral60% *10% *
Happy with Test drive - Disagree
20% *
80% *

 

* Base size lower than 30



Example 4: When creating a table with one questions in the row and just one cell, the marker will appear in the column text.



Total *
Base size170
I like this brand
33%

 * Base size lower than 200


When creating a table with different questIons in the row,  the warning will be moved to the cell, see example 5:



TotalBase size
I like this brand
70% *178
the quality is good enough for me33% *210
this is a tough brand48% *210

 * Base size lower than 200


Note: in case your table consists of different objects, the warnings may appear inconsistent.