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Hi there,

I'd like to create a dropdown list which contains my country provinces as
below.

Kampong Cham
Siem Reap

Once I selected Kampong Cham, the other dropdown list only show the
district location of this province. Is it possible?

Thanks for your support.

Best regards,
Chan Choth

Hi Chan,

There has been some discussion of this recently.

I believe ODK Collect does not currently support it. openXdata does support
it and we can connect to ODK Collect. However, if I'm up-to-date, the ODK
Collect client, can't currently do that. Although it can filter a list,
which may get you close.

Best,

Bird

··· On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 12:51 AM, Chan Choth Puth wrote:

Hi there,

I'd like to create a dropdown list which contains my country provinces as
below.

Kampong Cham
Siem Reap

Once I selected Kampong Cham, the other dropdown list only show the
district location of this province. Is it possible?

Thanks for your support.

Best regards,
Chan Choth

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Hello,

I have been having some hands-on on my xforms and getting on well with it.
We are currently about to do some research and would be using the
system for data collection. I am busily working on some questionnaires
for the platform now.

However, i'm having some troubles transcribing some tables into the
xforms. I have worked and had some ideas/solutions though but thought
you could be advice best on how to go about it. Through the night i
have been able to do half of the questionnaire and see a there is
going to be enormous data in the exported results. I just downloaded a
preview of the results and see about 14 pages of the excel sheet
though i'm not yet done transcribing every question.

I would be glad if you could assist with some ideas on this. I'm still
doing some findings too on possible simpler ways to do this.
I hope to hear favorably from you soon.

Please find attached a sample of the questionnaire and results sheet.

Nashiru Mohammed Muntasir

Table to xform.doc (47.5 KB)

··· On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 8:09 AM, Sarah Bird wrote:

Hi Chan,

There has been some discussion of this recently.

I believe ODK Collect does not currently support it. openXdata does
support it and we can connect to ODK Collect. However, if I'm up-to-date,
the ODK Collect client, can't currently do that. Although it can filter a
list, which may get you close.

Best,

Bird

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Hi there,

I'd like to create a dropdown list which contains my country provinces as
below.

Kampong Cham
Siem Reap

Once I selected Kampong Cham, the other dropdown list only show the
district location of this province. Is it possible?

Thanks for your support.

Best regards,
Chan Choth

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Hi Bird,

I have no experience with openXdata. How could I connect it to ODK? I
noticed there are many open source tools such as ODK, Kobo and
openXdata. Which one is the best?

Thanks,
Chan

··· On May 28, 3:09 pm, Sarah Bird wrote: > Hi Chan, > > There has been some discussion of this recently. > > I believe ODK Collect does not currently support it. openXdata does support > it and we can connect to ODK Collect. However, if I'm up-to-date, the ODK > Collect client, can't currently do that. Although it can filter a list, > which may get you close. > > Best, > > Bird > > On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 12:51 AM, Chan Choth Puth wrote: > > > > > > > > > Hi there, > > > I'd like to create a dropdown list which contains my country provinces as > > below. > > > Kampong Cham > > Siem Reap > > > Once I selected Kampong Cham, the other dropdown list only show the > > district location of this province. Is it possible? > > > Thanks for your support. > > > Best regards, > > Chan Choth > > > -- > > Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com > > Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com > > Options:http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en

Hi Nashiru,
One way you can create an xform that represents a table is by using a
repeat group. Just collect all the information that would go into a row of
the table in the repeat group.
Your results spreadsheet doesn't seem to be attached. You might be able to
reduce the size of your exports by filtering out some of the columns in
Aggregate.
Hope this helps,
-Nathan Breit

Hi Chan,

On the ODK Collect mobile app you set a server URL so it can talk to a
server. This is usually Aggregate. However, we've now configured openXdata
so that it can also talk to openXdata. This is still in beta stage

There are many open-source tools. They all have their strengths and
weaknesses. You should pick the one that best meets your needs.

Sincerely,

Sarah Bird

··· On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 7:56 AM, Chan Choth wrote:

Hi Bird,

I have no experience with openXdata. How could I connect it to ODK? I
noticed there are many open source tools such as ODK, Kobo and
openXdata. Which one is the best?

Thanks,
Chan

On May 28, 3:09 pm, Sarah Bird sb...@alum.mit.edu wrote:

Hi Chan,

There has been some discussion of this recently.

I believe ODK Collect does not currently support it. openXdata does
support
it and we can connect to ODK Collect. However, if I'm up-to-date, the ODK
Collect client, can't currently do that. Although it can filter a list,
which may get you close.

Best,

Bird

On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 12:51 AM, Chan Choth Puth <chanch...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi there,

I'd like to create a dropdown list which contains my country provinces
as

below.

Kampong Cham
Siem Reap

Once I selected Kampong Cham, the other dropdown list only show the
district location of this province. Is it possible?

Thanks for your support.

Best regards,
Chan Choth

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Thanks for the assistance. I think i was on track. Please find attached a
sample of the results i got. The second csv file went to about 14pages as i
continued coding it. I am still writing the script.

DISTRICT_Questionnaire___DACF_results.xls (23.5 KB)

DISTRICT_Questionnaire___DACF_results.csv (4.34 KB)

··· On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 2:23 AM, Nathan wrote:

Hi Nashiru,
One way you can create an xform that represents a table is by using a
repeat group. Just collect all the information that would go into a row of
the table in the repeat group.
Your results spreadsheet doesn't seem to be attached. You might be able to
reduce the size of your exports by filtering out some of the columns in
Aggregate.
Hope this helps,
-Nathan Breit

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This kind of cascading selection is supported by KoBoCollect, (based on ODK
Collect). We added support for itemsets which allows you to filter
selections by previous answers.

There is a tutorial about how to use KoBoForm
http://www.kobotoolbox.org/koboform/to create your itemsets, which can be
imported from a CSV, making it pretty easy.

Cascading Selections http://www.kobotoolbox.org/node/96

☞§※☼:airplane::open_umbrella::slight_smile:
~Neil

··· On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 12:20 PM, Mohammed Muntasir Nashiru < muntasirnashiru@gmail.com> wrote:

Thanks for the assistance. I think i was on track. Please find attached a
sample of the results i got. The second csv file went to about 14pages as i
continued coding it. I am still writing the script.

On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 2:23 AM, Nathan nabreit@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Nashiru,
One way you can create an xform that represents a table is by using a
repeat group. Just collect all the information that would go into a row of
the table in the repeat group.
Your results spreadsheet doesn't seem to be attached. You might be able
to reduce the size of your exports by filtering out some of the columns in
Aggregate.
Hope this helps,
-Nathan Breit

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