Doubt - table select and calculate

Dear community,

I´m looking for some help about how i can construct a form, using the xlsform, a table (see in attached file named table) with tree different tags. One collumn with a name of interest and a second collumn with a number of how many of the first collumn i have choosen and in the third collumn just a single mark to indicate my choice.

The second thing is how to build, using a xlsform, a 'calculate" expression to validate the number of select_multiple that i have choosen, for example, one guy will choose in a select_multiple type three options of five, in a other question, will ask how many option the guy choose in a select_multiple type, so if the answer is three is all right, if the answer is different of the marks that he did in the question before, he must fix the answer (see in attached file named select).

I hope somebody to help me and thanks before all.

Best regards

Ricardo Scott

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I didn't really understand your question but it looks like it would be
helpful if you read more about choice_filter and selected-at , and
count-selected

··· On Saturday, March 15, 2014, wrote:

Dear community,

I´m looking for some help about how i can construct a form, using the
xlsform, a table (see in attached file named table) with tree different
tags. One collumn with a name of interest and a second collumn with a
number of how many of the first collumn i have choosen and in the third
collumn just a single mark to indicate my choice.

The second thing is how to build, using a xlsform, a 'calculate"
expression to validate the number of select_multiple that i have choosen,
for example, one guy will choose in a select_multiple type three options of
five, in a other question, will ask how many option the guy choose in a
select_multiple type, so if the answer is three is all right, if the answer
is different of the marks that he did in the question before, he must fix
the answer (see in attached file named select).

I hope somebody to help me and thanks before all.

Best regards

Ricardo Scott

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Not with this exact layout, unless you use ODK Survey (which is in beta).

ODK Collect doesn't support placing numeric fields in tabular layout.

··· On Sat, Mar 15, 2014 at 1:20 AM, ゴー・ニコライ wrote:

I didn't really understand your question but it looks like it would be
helpful if you read more about choice_filter and selected-at , and
count-selected
http://opendatakit.org/help/form-design/binding/

On Saturday, March 15, 2014, ricardoscottvm@gmail.com wrote:

Dear community,

I´m looking for some help about how i can construct a form, using the
xlsform, a table (see in attached file named table) with tree different
tags. One collumn with a name of interest and a second collumn with a
number of how many of the first collumn i have choosen and in the third
collumn just a single mark to indicate my choice.

The second thing is how to build, using a xlsform, a 'calculate"
expression to validate the number of select_multiple that i have choosen,
for example, one guy will choose in a select_multiple type three options of
five, in a other question, will ask how many option the guy choose in a
select_multiple type, so if the answer is three is all right, if the answer
is different of the marks that he did in the question before, he must fix
the answer (see in attached file named select).

I hope somebody to help me and thanks before all.

Best regards

Ricardo Scott

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