ODK questions

Hello,

We are looking to possibly use ODK in a primary care setting for study eligibility screening. I wanted to know if a few things are available or possible with ODK.

  1. Using this in a primary care setting, we wanted to know if it is possible for the survey to refresh to a user friendly welcome page rather than the user having to know what form to click on to begin the survey?

  2. Indicates eligibility (i.e., meeting inclusion/exclusion criteria of some kind) based on a series of responses-either by a password protected screen in the middle of screening. Where a research assistant can put in a password to find out if the user is eligible and then hadn the divice back to the participant so that eligible users get asked further questions and ineligible users are done with the survey.

  3. We have seen ODK on a few different Android phones, but wondered how ODK looks on an Android tablet? Does ODK match the changes in size ratio on a tablet or is it a similar size to what is available on phone?

Thanks so much for your input!

Jessi

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Hi Jessica,

Answers:

  1. Start as a new form instance: not at this time. We have exemplar code to
    do this via setting up a shortcut to a specific form, but we haven't had
    developer time to put that in.

  2. you could do this by asking for a password, and then having a
    relevant="/data/passwordField='secret'" clause on the bind of all fields
    you want to password protect (using a group, you can set this at the group
    within which the protected fields are nested, so you don't need to replicate
    it for each question). The 'secret' value is in plaintext in the form, but
    this gives the user experience you are seeking.

  3. ODK Collect sizes to the dimensions of the phone or tablet it is running
    on. It looks fantastic on a Samsung Galaxy tablet.

Mitch

··· On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 12:20 PM, Jessica Ranae Beatty wrote:

Hello,

We are looking to possibly use ODK in a primary care setting for study
eligibility screening. I wanted to know if a few things are available or
possible with ODK.

  1. Using this in a primary care setting, we wanted to know if it is
    possible for the survey to refresh to a user friendly welcome page rather
    than the user having to know what form to click on to begin the survey?

  2. Indicates eligibility (i.e., meeting inclusion/exclusion criteria of
    some kind) based on a series of responses-either by a password protected
    screen in the middle of screening. Where a research assistant can put in a
    password to find out if the user is eligible and then hadn the divice back
    to the participant so that eligible users get asked further questions and
    ineligible users are done with the survey.

  3. We have seen ODK on a few different Android phones, but wondered how ODK
    looks on an Android tablet? Does ODK match the changes in size ratio on a
    tablet or is it a similar size to what is available on phone?

Thanks so much for your input!

Jessi

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WSU Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience
Merrill-Palmer Skillman Institute
71 E. Ferry
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 872-2706
jbeatty@wayne.edu

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carl just added shortcut code into odk collect 1.1.7. it should be out
in mid-may...

··· On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 13:57, Mitch Sundt wrote: > Hi Jessica, > > Answers: > > 1. Start as a new form instance: not at this time. We have exemplar code to > do this via setting up a shortcut to a specific form, but we haven't had > developer time to put that in. > > 2. you could do this by asking for a password, and then having a > relevant="/data/passwordField='secret'" clause on the bind of all fields > you want to password protect (using a group, you can set this at the group > within which the protected fields are nested, so you don't need to replicate > it for each question). The 'secret' value is in plaintext in the form, but > this gives the user experience you are seeking. > > 3. ODK Collect sizes to the dimensions of the phone or tablet it is running > on. It looks fantastic on a Samsung Galaxy tablet. > > Mitch > > On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 12:20 PM, Jessica Ranae Beatty wrote: >> >> Hello, >> >> We are looking to possibly use ODK in a primary care setting for study >> eligibility screening. I wanted to know if a few things are available or >> possible with ODK. >> >> 1. Using this in a primary care setting, we wanted to know if it is >> possible for the survey to refresh to a user friendly welcome page rather >> than the user having to know what form to click on to begin the survey? >> >> 2. Indicates eligibility (i.e., meeting inclusion/exclusion criteria of >> some kind) based on a series of responses-either by a password protected >> screen in the middle of screening. Where a research assistant can put in a >> password to find out if the user is eligible and then hadn the divice back >> to the participant so that eligible users get asked further questions and >> ineligible users are done with the survey. >> >> 3. We have seen ODK on a few different Android phones, but wondered how >> ODK looks on an Android tablet? Does ODK match the changes in size ratio on >> a tablet or is it a similar size to what is available on phone? >> >> Thanks so much for your input! >> >> Jessi >> >> -- >> Jessica Beatty, PhD, LLP >> Postdoctoral Fellow >> WSU Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience >> Merrill-Palmer Skillman Institute >> 71 E. Ferry >> Detroit, MI 48202 >> (313) 872-2706 >> jbeatty@wayne.edu >> >> This message including any attachments is intended solely for the named >> recipient(s) and may contain confidential and/or privileged information. >> Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure, or distribution of this >> communication(s) is expressly prohibited. If you are not the intended >> recipient, please contact the sender by e-mail and destroy any and all >> copies of the original message. >> >> -- >> Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com >> Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com >> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en > > > > -- > Mitch Sundt > Software Engineer > http://www.OpenDataKit.org > University of Washington > mitchellsundt@gmail.com > > -- > Post: opendatakit@googlegroups.com > Unsubscribe: opendatakit+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com > Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >