Decision Tree

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PixieBrix lets you build powerful decision trees that embed in web apps as a Chrome extension

PixieBrix offers decision trees that are highly customizable and intuitive. You craft your decision logic within a spreadsheet, seamlessly linking it to our decision tree mod, and then access it from any webpage to swiftly navigate your choices. A supportive sidebar guides you through each stage of the tree, facilitating prompt and informed decision-making.

This tutorial walks you through activating the PixieBrix Decision Tree mod, and adding a Google Sheet to customize with your own data.

You create the decision tree logic in a simple spreadsheet, which PixieBrix reads from

PixieBrix enhances your workflow by translating decision tree logic from your spreadsheet directly onto any web application, conveniently accessible in our sidebar. Seamlessly integrating with your existing tools, PixieBrix empowers you to visualize and interact with decision trees effortlessly, right where you need them.

Getting Started is Easy

Step 1: Install the PixieBrix Chrome Extension

Skip this step if you’ve previously installed the extension.

Step 2: Activate the Decision Tree mod

Already activated the mod? It’s time to build your tree!

Step 3: Create your Decision Tree Logic in a spreadsheet

Here’s an example spreadsheet that shows how PixieBrix can receive the decision tree logic. To create your own tree, make a copy of the spreadsheet, which you can edit!

Important Note: Do Not Edit
  • Any headers in Row 1
  • The formula in Column D
  • Tab Title (Decision Tree General)

Column A: Node: Steps of the decision tree are indicated in the node column. A node can have one or more branches, each representing a possible decision.

Column B: Title: The title of each node or step.

Column C: Content: The content or copy for each step. PixieBrix supports basic text, markdown, and even html.

Column D: Buttons_All: Do not touch this column. This column concatenates the subsequent button columns.

Column E: Buttons: In column E, F, G etc. is where you will place the copy to be featured the buttons at the bottom of each node or step.

Step 4: Connect your Decision Tree Logic to PixieBrix

Follow this 1 min video for how to connect your decision tree logic to PixieBrix.

You can connect to the live Google Sheet, or upload the data into PixieBrix as a CSV.

Note: if you’re sharing your decision tree with others, the CSV method is preferred. For the live sync, everyone must have access to the Google Sheet.

Here's how it works!

Use this template to create a decision tree.

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Activate The Template
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Configure Your Template
Copy The Existing Google Sheet
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Build Your Decision Tree Using Google Sheets
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Once Sheet Is Filled, Return To Template And Finish Activating
*Ensure you have selected your spreadsheet from the dropdown
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Your Decision Tree Is Ready, Click Ok to Begin Using
Your Decision Tree Is Ready, Click Ok to Begin Using
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Click "Start Decision Tree"
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You're All Set!

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Now you can clone this project and reuse the form.
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