I would like to know, if possible, because I cant find the way, to use
"user selectable" values on a Multiple Select question.
Choice 1 Numeric Input
Choice 2 Numeric Input
Choice 3 Numeric Input
instead of a "fixed value" of:
Choice 1 1
Choice 2 2
Choice 3 3
Hope I have explained myself, and if possible, anyone can help me with
Thanks in advance for reading.
Your explanation is fine, but I'm curious if you can give me the
actual use case that you are looking to solve. What would choice 1, 2
and 3 be? And what numerical inputs would you be?
My guess is that you want something like this? How many of these
things does the person own?
X - Goats 
In that case, Goats and Sheep are selected, and the numbers (5,2) next
to them indicate the count. If you want to do something like this, you
have to ask each question about each animal individually, then ask the
number. Or kist ask for the number of goats, cows, sheep, and if they
enter 0 or -1, you know they don't have any.
You can make this a little easier by putting multiple prompts on one
screen. http://opendatakit.org/help/form-design/body/ has an example.
On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 02:52, Francisco Cota wrote:
> I would like to know, if possible, because I cant find the way, to use
> "user selectable" values on a Multiple Select question.
> For example:
> Choice 1 Numeric Input
> Choice 2 Numeric Input
> Choice 3 Numeric Input
> instead of a "fixed value" of:
> Choice 1 1
> Choice 2 2
> Choice 3 3
> Hope I have explained myself, and if possible, anyone can help me with
> your knowledge.
> Thanks in advance for reading.
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