Importing data into xml

As a novice user I have no idea if this is possible. What I am trying to do
is the following.
I have a short questionnaire which requires the data collector to visit a
list of addresses and collect the answers to a series of questions about
that address. if I email the addresses to the device that the collector
uses to collect the data (as a basic text file?) with some sort of
seperator between house number, street, town, post code.
can that be pulled into the start of the xml file that I have, to populate
the first part of the questionnaire?

I have constructed the form already with all the questions and that works
well so now I need, for example;

I have your address recorded as
1
The high street
any town
AB21 4XC
is this correct
Yes
No

Greatful for any help advice anyone can give me

Oh maybe I should mention that this is running on an android smart phone

Thank you

No.

The ODK 2.0 tool suite will have a new 'ODK Tables' tool that will provide
this type of functionality, but that is not stable/ready for release.

Mitch

··· On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 5:10 AM, Graham wrote:

As a novice user I have no idea if this is possible. What I am trying to
do is the following.
I have a short questionnaire which requires the data collector to visit a
list of addresses and collect the answers to a series of questions about
that address. if I email the addresses to the device that the collector
uses to collect the data (as a basic text file?) with some sort of
seperator between house number, street, town, post code.
can that be pulled into the start of the xml file that I have, to populate
the first part of the questionnaire?

I have constructed the form already with all the questions and that works
well so now I need, for example;

I have your address recorded as
1
The high street
any town
AB21 4XC
is this correct
Yes
No

Greatful for any help advice anyone can give me

Oh maybe I should mention that this is running on an android smart phone

Thank you

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Good news....hoping to see this soon.

Rox.

··· On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 11:59 AM, Mitch S wrote:

No.

The ODK 2.0 tool suite will have a new 'ODK Tables' tool that will provide
this type of functionality, but that is not stable/ready for release.

Mitch

On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 5:10 AM, Graham jetway586@gmail.com wrote:

As a novice user I have no idea if this is possible. What I am trying to
do is the following.
I have a short questionnaire which requires the data collector to visit a
list of addresses and collect the answers to a series of questions about
that address. if I email the addresses to the device that the collector
uses to collect the data (as a basic text file?) with some sort of
seperator between house number, street, town, post code.
can that be pulled into the start of the xml file that I have, to
populate the first part of the questionnaire?

I have constructed the form already with all the questions and that works
well so now I need, for example;

I have your address recorded as
1
The high street
any town
AB21 4XC
is this correct
Yes
No

Greatful for any help advice anyone can give me

Oh maybe I should mention that this is running on an android smart phone

Thank you

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