Problems to download odk aggregate

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order to use the
application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate v.1.4.". I try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of the part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the files to be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative system is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t work. I
also tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either. All I
could do is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed. Anyone could
give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion is
completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here: http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it should run,
presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

··· On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin wrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order to use the
application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate v.1.4.". I try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of the part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the files to be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative system is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t work. I
also tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either. All I
could do is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed. Anyone could
give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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Hi Mitch,

thanks a lot for your answer. I had seen that tutorial as well, but I chose
the other because I had the chance to change it into Spanish.

I am trying to install the file the way it is suggested in this tutorial.
But the problem is that the website listing all the files to be downloaded
is the same website suggested in the old tutorial. So when I download any
file, the only I get is a text document with weird symbols, most of them as
chinese characters. I am trying the 2 versions od "ODK Aggregate v.1.4"
that can be downloaded with linux, which should be executable files (.run)
and it is the same with both of them.

Do you have any idea why this can be?

Thanks.

··· 2013/11/21 Mitch Sundt

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion is
completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here: http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it should run,
presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.comwrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order to use the
application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate v.1.4.". I try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of the part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the files to be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative system is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t work. I
also tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either. All I
could do is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed. Anyone could
give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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Re-reading your first e-mail more carefully ---

ODK Aggregate is intended to be run on an x86 system -- either MacOSX,
Linux, Linux-64bit, or Windows.

You cannot run it on the Android Tablet.

Mitch

··· On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 12:59 PM, sergio martin wrote:

Hi Mitch,

thanks a lot for your answer. I had seen that tutorial as well, but I
chose the other because I had the chance to change it into Spanish.

I am trying to install the file the way it is suggested in this tutorial.
But the problem is that the website listing all the files to be downloaded
is the same website suggested in the old tutorial. So when I download any
file, the only I get is a text document with weird symbols, most of them as
chinese characters. I am trying the 2 versions od "ODK Aggregate v.1.4"
that can be downloaded with linux, which should be executable files (.run)
and it is the same with both of them.

Do you have any idea why this can be?

Thanks.

2013/11/21 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion is
completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here: http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it should run,
presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.comwrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order to use
the application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate v.1.4.". I try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of the part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the files to be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative system is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t work. I
also tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either. All I
could do is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed. Anyone
could give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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Hi Mitch,

I was afraid that it was an incompatibility problem or something like
that... but it seems weird to me. In the different tutorial videos I have
watched, they are using mobile phones to collect the data and it works.
What I need to do is using the tablet to collect the data (that´s the
reason because I bought it) even if I have to store the information in the
memory card and then download it in to a computer (with aggregate installed
in it?).

If this solution is very complicated, do you know any other program similar
to ODK I can use in my tablet? I was pretending to use ODK because I won´t
have internet connection while collecting the data and ODK allows storing
the info in the own tablet and download it when I have connection.

Thanks.

··· 2013/11/22 Mitch Sundt

Re-reading your first e-mail more carefully ---

ODK Aggregate is intended to be run on an x86 system -- either MacOSX,
Linux, Linux-64bit, or Windows.

You cannot run it on the Android Tablet.

Mitch

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 12:59 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.comwrote:

Hi Mitch,

thanks a lot for your answer. I had seen that tutorial as well, but I
chose the other because I had the chance to change it into Spanish.

I am trying to install the file the way it is suggested in this tutorial.
But the problem is that the website listing all the files to be downloaded
is the same website suggested in the old tutorial. So when I download any
file, the only I get is a text document with weird symbols, most of them as
chinese characters. I am trying the 2 versions od "ODK Aggregate v.1.4"
that can be downloaded with linux, which should be executable files (.run)
and it is the same with both of them.

Do you have any idea why this can be?

Thanks.

2013/11/21 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion is
completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here: http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it should run,
presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.comwrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order to use
the application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate v.1.4.". I try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of the part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the files to be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative system is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t work. I
also tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either. All I
could do is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed. Anyone
could give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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Sergio,

I think there is a fair bit of confusion here. To use ODK, you need to
do three things -- design a form, setup a server, and connect the
mobile device to that server. Once those three things are done, you'll
be ready to start data collection.

You'll need three tools:
ODK Build -- to design your survey form. XLSForm works too.
ODK Collect -- running on an Android device to download and fill-in the survey.
ODK Aggregate -- for hosting the survey form and gathering the survey
results. Briefcase works too if you want a simpler solution that works
on your desktop computer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqqUdfz9Uyc will give you a video
overview. Follow the steps at http://opendatakit.org/use/ to get
started.

Yaw

··· -- Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 1:43 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

I was afraid that it was an incompatibility problem or something like
that... but it seems weird to me. In the different tutorial videos I have
watched, they are using mobile phones to collect the data and it works. What
I need to do is using the tablet to collect the data (that´s the reason
because I bought it) even if I have to store the information in the memory
card and then download it in to a computer (with aggregate installed in
it?).

If this solution is very complicated, do you know any other program similar
to ODK I can use in my tablet? I was pretending to use ODK because I won´t
have internet connection while collecting the data and ODK allows storing
the info in the own tablet and download it when I have connection.

Thanks.

2013/11/22 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

Re-reading your first e-mail more carefully ---

ODK Aggregate is intended to be run on an x86 system -- either MacOSX,
Linux, Linux-64bit, or Windows.

You cannot run it on the Android Tablet.

Mitch

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 12:59 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

thanks a lot for your answer. I had seen that tutorial as well, but I
chose the other because I had the chance to change it into Spanish.

I am trying to install the file the way it is suggested in this tutorial.
But the problem is that the website listing all the files to be downloaded
is the same website suggested in the old tutorial. So when I download any
file, the only I get is a text document with weird symbols, most of them as
chinese characters. I am trying the 2 versions od "ODK Aggregate v.1.4" that
can be downloaded with linux, which should be executable files (.run) and it
is the same with both of them.

Do you have any idea why this can be?

Thanks.

2013/11/21 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion is
completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here: http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it should run,
presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order to use
the application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate v.1.4.". I try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of the part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the files to be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative system is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t work. I also
tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either. All I could do
is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with unrecognizable
characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed. Anyone
could give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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Hello,

yes Yaw, I´m not an expert in computers and there is a lot of confusion in
my head :stuck_out_tongue: Thanks a lot for your advices. I´m trying to get this app
because I am supposed to be able to store the data directly in my tablet
and that is what I need.

I could create the form (build) and install the collect tool in my tablet.
I just could install the App Engine (Aggregate) today and in my computer
(windows), not in the tablet. That is a great advance because I was blocked
there for a few days. Nevertheless, I am trying to export the form I
created to ODK aggregate "add new form+upload form" and I get a message
informing that I can´t upload the form in aggregate, so I cant open it and
collect the data.
This is the message, any idea how I can overcome it?:
Error: Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:
org.opendatakit.aggregate.exception.ODKIncompleteSubmissionData: Javarosa
failed to construct a FormDef. Is this an XForm definition?

Thanks a lot.

··· 2013/11/22 Yaw Anokwa

Sergio,

I think there is a fair bit of confusion here. To use ODK, you need to
do three things -- design a form, setup a server, and connect the
mobile device to that server. Once those three things are done, you'll
be ready to start data collection.

You'll need three tools:
ODK Build -- to design your survey form. XLSForm works too.
ODK Collect -- running on an Android device to download and fill-in the
survey.
ODK Aggregate -- for hosting the survey form and gathering the survey
results. Briefcase works too if you want a simpler solution that works
on your desktop computer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqqUdfz9Uyc will give you a video
overview. Follow the steps at http://opendatakit.org/use/ to get
started.

Yaw

Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server
setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 1:43 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

I was afraid that it was an incompatibility problem or something like
that... but it seems weird to me. In the different tutorial videos I have
watched, they are using mobile phones to collect the data and it works.
What
I need to do is using the tablet to collect the data (that´s the reason
because I bought it) even if I have to store the information in the
memory
card and then download it in to a computer (with aggregate installed in
it?).

If this solution is very complicated, do you know any other program
similar
to ODK I can use in my tablet? I was pretending to use ODK because I
won´t
have internet connection while collecting the data and ODK allows storing
the info in the own tablet and download it when I have connection.

Thanks.

2013/11/22 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

Re-reading your first e-mail more carefully ---

ODK Aggregate is intended to be run on an x86 system -- either MacOSX,
Linux, Linux-64bit, or Windows.

You cannot run it on the Android Tablet.

Mitch

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 12:59 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

thanks a lot for your answer. I had seen that tutorial as well, but I
chose the other because I had the chance to change it into Spanish.

I am trying to install the file the way it is suggested in this
tutorial.

But the problem is that the website listing all the files to be
downloaded

is the same website suggested in the old tutorial. So when I download
any

file, the only I get is a text document with weird symbols, most of
them as

chinese characters. I am trying the 2 versions od "ODK Aggregate
v.1.4" that

can be downloaded with linux, which should be executable files (.run)
and it

is the same with both of them.

Do you have any idea why this can be?

Thanks.

2013/11/21 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion is
completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here: http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it should run,
presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin <supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order to use
the application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate v.1.4.". I
try to

download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of the part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the files to
be

downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative system
is

android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t
work. I also

tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either. All I
could do

is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable

characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed. Anyone
could give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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Sergio,

That error suggests that you are not uploading a valid XForm to
Aggregate. From Build, export the form as XML and upload that to
Aggregate.

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On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 4:06 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

yes Yaw, I´m not an expert in computers and there is a lot of confusion in
my head :stuck_out_tongue: Thanks a lot for your advices. I´m trying to get this app
because I am supposed to be able to store the data directly in my tablet and
that is what I need.

I could create the form (build) and install the collect tool in my tablet. I
just could install the App Engine (Aggregate) today and in my computer
(windows), not in the tablet. That is a great advance because I was blocked
there for a few days. Nevertheless, I am trying to export the form I created
to ODK aggregate "add new form+upload form" and I get a message informing
that I can´t upload the form in aggregate, so I cant open it and collect the
data.
This is the message, any idea how I can overcome it?:

Error: Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:
org.opendatakit.aggregate.exception.ODKIncompleteSubmissionData: Javarosa
failed to construct a FormDef. Is this an XForm definition?

Thanks a lot.

2013/11/22 Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com

Sergio,

I think there is a fair bit of confusion here. To use ODK, you need to
do three things -- design a form, setup a server, and connect the
mobile device to that server. Once those three things are done, you'll
be ready to start data collection.

You'll need three tools:
ODK Build -- to design your survey form. XLSForm works too.
ODK Collect -- running on an Android device to download and fill-in the
survey.
ODK Aggregate -- for hosting the survey form and gathering the survey
results. Briefcase works too if you want a simpler solution that works
on your desktop computer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqqUdfz9Uyc will give you a video
overview. Follow the steps at http://opendatakit.org/use/ to get
started.

Yaw

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On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 1:43 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

I was afraid that it was an incompatibility problem or something like
that... but it seems weird to me. In the different tutorial videos I
have
watched, they are using mobile phones to collect the data and it works.
What
I need to do is using the tablet to collect the data (that´s the reason
because I bought it) even if I have to store the information in the
memory
card and then download it in to a computer (with aggregate installed in
it?).

If this solution is very complicated, do you know any other program
similar
to ODK I can use in my tablet? I was pretending to use ODK because I
won´t
have internet connection while collecting the data and ODK allows
storing
the info in the own tablet and download it when I have connection.

Thanks.

2013/11/22 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

Re-reading your first e-mail more carefully ---

ODK Aggregate is intended to be run on an x86 system -- either MacOSX,
Linux, Linux-64bit, or Windows.

You cannot run it on the Android Tablet.

Mitch

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 12:59 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

thanks a lot for your answer. I had seen that tutorial as well, but I
chose the other because I had the chance to change it into Spanish.

I am trying to install the file the way it is suggested in this
tutorial.
But the problem is that the website listing all the files to be
downloaded
is the same website suggested in the old tutorial. So when I download
any
file, the only I get is a text document with weird symbols, most of
them as
chinese characters. I am trying the 2 versions od "ODK Aggregate
v.1.4" that
can be downloaded with linux, which should be executable files (.run)
and it
is the same with both of them.

Do you have any idea why this can be?

Thanks.

2013/11/21 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion is
completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here: http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it should run,
presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order to
use
the application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate v.1.4.". I
try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of the
part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the files to
be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative system
is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t
work. I also
tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either. All I
could do
is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable
characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed. Anyone
could give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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That´s the way I´m doing it, exporting it as XML and then trying to upload
it from Aggregate... I also tried to export the form directly from build to
Aggregate (file- Publish to aggregate) but I also get an error.

··· 2013/11/23 Yaw Anokwa

Sergio,

That error suggests that you are not uploading a valid XForm to
Aggregate. From Build, export the form as XML and upload that to
Aggregate.

Yaw

Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server
setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 4:06 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

yes Yaw, I´m not an expert in computers and there is a lot of confusion
in
my head :stuck_out_tongue: Thanks a lot for your advices. I´m trying to get this
app
because I am supposed to be able to store the data directly in my tablet
and
that is what I need.

I could create the form (build) and install the collect tool in my
tablet. I
just could install the App Engine (Aggregate) today and in my computer
(windows), not in the tablet. That is a great advance because I was
blocked
there for a few days. Nevertheless, I am trying to export the form I
created
to ODK aggregate "add new form+upload form" and I get a message informing
that I can´t upload the form in aggregate, so I cant open it and collect
the
data.
This is the message, any idea how I can overcome it?:

Error: Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:
org.opendatakit.aggregate.exception.ODKIncompleteSubmissionData: Javarosa
failed to construct a FormDef. Is this an XForm definition?

Thanks a lot.

2013/11/22 Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com

Sergio,

I think there is a fair bit of confusion here. To use ODK, you need to
do three things -- design a form, setup a server, and connect the
mobile device to that server. Once those three things are done, you'll
be ready to start data collection.

You'll need three tools:
ODK Build -- to design your survey form. XLSForm works too.
ODK Collect -- running on an Android device to download and fill-in the
survey.
ODK Aggregate -- for hosting the survey form and gathering the survey
results. Briefcase works too if you want a simpler solution that works
on your desktop computer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqqUdfz9Uyc will give you a video
overview. Follow the steps at http://opendatakit.org/use/ to get
started.

Yaw

Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server
setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 1:43 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

I was afraid that it was an incompatibility problem or something like
that... but it seems weird to me. In the different tutorial videos I
have
watched, they are using mobile phones to collect the data and it
works.

What
I need to do is using the tablet to collect the data (that´s the
reason

because I bought it) even if I have to store the information in the
memory
card and then download it in to a computer (with aggregate installed
in

it?).

If this solution is very complicated, do you know any other program
similar
to ODK I can use in my tablet? I was pretending to use ODK because I
won´t
have internet connection while collecting the data and ODK allows
storing
the info in the own tablet and download it when I have connection.

Thanks.

2013/11/22 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

Re-reading your first e-mail more carefully ---

ODK Aggregate is intended to be run on an x86 system -- either
MacOSX,

Linux, Linux-64bit, or Windows.

You cannot run it on the Android Tablet.

Mitch

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 12:59 PM, sergio martin < supersmvime@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Mitch,

thanks a lot for your answer. I had seen that tutorial as well, but
I

chose the other because I had the chance to change it into Spanish.

I am trying to install the file the way it is suggested in this
tutorial.
But the problem is that the website listing all the files to be
downloaded
is the same website suggested in the old tutorial. So when I
download

any
file, the only I get is a text document with weird symbols, most of
them as
chinese characters. I am trying the 2 versions od "ODK Aggregate
v.1.4" that
can be downloaded with linux, which should be executable files
(.run)

and it
is the same with both of them.

Do you have any idea why this can be?

Thanks.

2013/11/21 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion is
completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here: http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it should
run,

presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order to
use
the application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate v.1.4.".
I

try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of the
part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the files
to

be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative
system

is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t
work. I also
tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either. All
I

could do
is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable
characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed.
Anyone

could give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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Sergio,

Sorry you are having problems. Try running the form through ODK
Validate (http://opendatakit.org/use/validate). Does it offer a more
useful error message?

Yaw

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On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 5:29 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

That´s the way I´m doing it, exporting it as XML and then trying to upload
it from Aggregate... I also tried to export the form directly from build to
Aggregate (file- Publish to aggregate) but I also get an error.

2013/11/23 Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com

Sergio,

That error suggests that you are not uploading a valid XForm to
Aggregate. From Build, export the form as XML and upload that to
Aggregate.

Yaw

Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server
setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 4:06 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

yes Yaw, I´m not an expert in computers and there is a lot of confusion
in
my head :stuck_out_tongue: Thanks a lot for your advices. I´m trying to get this
app
because I am supposed to be able to store the data directly in my tablet
and
that is what I need.

I could create the form (build) and install the collect tool in my
tablet. I
just could install the App Engine (Aggregate) today and in my computer
(windows), not in the tablet. That is a great advance because I was
blocked
there for a few days. Nevertheless, I am trying to export the form I
created
to ODK aggregate "add new form+upload form" and I get a message
informing
that I can´t upload the form in aggregate, so I cant open it and collect
the
data.
This is the message, any idea how I can overcome it?:

Error: Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:
org.opendatakit.aggregate.exception.ODKIncompleteSubmissionData:
Javarosa
failed to construct a FormDef. Is this an XForm definition?

Thanks a lot.

2013/11/22 Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com

Sergio,

I think there is a fair bit of confusion here. To use ODK, you need to
do three things -- design a form, setup a server, and connect the
mobile device to that server. Once those three things are done, you'll
be ready to start data collection.

You'll need three tools:
ODK Build -- to design your survey form. XLSForm works too.
ODK Collect -- running on an Android device to download and fill-in the
survey.
ODK Aggregate -- for hosting the survey form and gathering the survey
results. Briefcase works too if you want a simpler solution that works
on your desktop computer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqqUdfz9Uyc will give you a video
overview. Follow the steps at http://opendatakit.org/use/ to get
started.

Yaw

Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server
setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 1:43 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

I was afraid that it was an incompatibility problem or something like
that... but it seems weird to me. In the different tutorial videos I
have
watched, they are using mobile phones to collect the data and it
works.
What
I need to do is using the tablet to collect the data (that´s the
reason
because I bought it) even if I have to store the information in the
memory
card and then download it in to a computer (with aggregate installed
in
it?).

If this solution is very complicated, do you know any other program
similar
to ODK I can use in my tablet? I was pretending to use ODK because I
won´t
have internet connection while collecting the data and ODK allows
storing
the info in the own tablet and download it when I have connection.

Thanks.

2013/11/22 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

Re-reading your first e-mail more carefully ---

ODK Aggregate is intended to be run on an x86 system -- either
MacOSX,
Linux, Linux-64bit, or Windows.

You cannot run it on the Android Tablet.

Mitch

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 12:59 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

thanks a lot for your answer. I had seen that tutorial as well, but
I
chose the other because I had the chance to change it into Spanish.

I am trying to install the file the way it is suggested in this
tutorial.
But the problem is that the website listing all the files to be
downloaded
is the same website suggested in the old tutorial. So when I
download
any
file, the only I get is a text document with weird symbols, most of
them as
chinese characters. I am trying the 2 versions od "ODK Aggregate
v.1.4" that
can be downloaded with linux, which should be executable files
(.run)
and it
is the same with both of them.

Do you have any idea why this can be?

Thanks.

2013/11/21 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion is
completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here: http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for
your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it should
run,
presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order to
use
the application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate v.1.4.".
I
try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of the
part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the files
to
be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative
system
is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t
work. I also
tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either. All
I
could do
is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable
characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed.
Anyone
could give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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Hi Yaw,

I used the link you suggested and the form kept failing, so I did the form
again step by step to check where the problem was and I may have done
something different because it seems to work now.

I was also proving the form and I could publish the data into a google
spreadsheet. I could see that the data registered in the spreadsheet is the
underlying value, with the "_" symbol. Since the data is going to be
included in my theses (probably as an excel spreadsheet or Acess files) I
was wondering if there is a chance that the information recorded is
displayed as shown in the form (the one in the field called English, not
the underlying value in http://build.opendatakit.org/).

I saw that I can keep the forms stored in my device and send them later
when I have internet connection, which is what I was looking for.Thanks for
your ideas and congratulations for your project, I think it will be very
useful for my data collection.

I also would like to know if there is the chance to make something a bit
more complicated with build or I need to change to another program. For
example, if the answer to one question is A, then you can choose from
options 1 and 2, is the answer is B, then you can choose options 3 and 4.

Thanks in advance.

··· 2013/11/23 Yaw Anokwa

Sergio,

Sorry you are having problems. Try running the form through ODK
Validate (http://opendatakit.org/use/validate). Does it offer a more
useful error message?

Yaw

Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server
setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 5:29 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

That´s the way I´m doing it, exporting it as XML and then trying to
upload
it from Aggregate... I also tried to export the form directly from build
to
Aggregate (file- Publish to aggregate) but I also get an error.

2013/11/23 Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com

Sergio,

That error suggests that you are not uploading a valid XForm to
Aggregate. From Build, export the form as XML and upload that to
Aggregate.

Yaw

Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server
setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 4:06 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

yes Yaw, I´m not an expert in computers and there is a lot of
confusion

in
my head :stuck_out_tongue: Thanks a lot for your advices. I´m trying to get this
app
because I am supposed to be able to store the data directly in my
tablet

and
that is what I need.

I could create the form (build) and install the collect tool in my
tablet. I
just could install the App Engine (Aggregate) today and in my computer
(windows), not in the tablet. That is a great advance because I was
blocked
there for a few days. Nevertheless, I am trying to export the form I
created
to ODK aggregate "add new form+upload form" and I get a message
informing
that I can´t upload the form in aggregate, so I cant open it and
collect

the
data.
This is the message, any idea how I can overcome it?:

Error: Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:
org.opendatakit.aggregate.exception.ODKIncompleteSubmissionData:
Javarosa
failed to construct a FormDef. Is this an XForm definition?

Thanks a lot.

2013/11/22 Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com

Sergio,

I think there is a fair bit of confusion here. To use ODK, you need
to

do three things -- design a form, setup a server, and connect the
mobile device to that server. Once those three things are done,
you'll

be ready to start data collection.

You'll need three tools:
ODK Build -- to design your survey form. XLSForm works too.
ODK Collect -- running on an Android device to download and fill-in
the

survey.
ODK Aggregate -- for hosting the survey form and gathering the survey
results. Briefcase works too if you want a simpler solution that
works

on your desktop computer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqqUdfz9Uyc will give you a video
overview. Follow the steps at http://opendatakit.org/use/ to get
started.

Yaw

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setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 1:43 AM, sergio martin < supersmvime@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Mitch,

I was afraid that it was an incompatibility problem or something
like

that... but it seems weird to me. In the different tutorial videos
I

have
watched, they are using mobile phones to collect the data and it
works.
What
I need to do is using the tablet to collect the data (that´s the
reason
because I bought it) even if I have to store the information in the
memory
card and then download it in to a computer (with aggregate
installed

in
it?).

If this solution is very complicated, do you know any other program
similar
to ODK I can use in my tablet? I was pretending to use ODK because
I

won´t
have internet connection while collecting the data and ODK allows
storing
the info in the own tablet and download it when I have connection.

Thanks.

2013/11/22 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

Re-reading your first e-mail more carefully ---

ODK Aggregate is intended to be run on an x86 system -- either
MacOSX,
Linux, Linux-64bit, or Windows.

You cannot run it on the Android Tablet.

Mitch

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 12:59 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

thanks a lot for your answer. I had seen that tutorial as well,
but

I
chose the other because I had the chance to change it into
Spanish.

I am trying to install the file the way it is suggested in this
tutorial.
But the problem is that the website listing all the files to be
downloaded
is the same website suggested in the old tutorial. So when I
download
any
file, the only I get is a text document with weird symbols, most
of

them as
chinese characters. I am trying the 2 versions od "ODK Aggregate
v.1.4" that
can be downloaded with linux, which should be executable files
(.run)
and it
is the same with both of them.

Do you have any idea why this can be?

Thanks.

2013/11/21 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion
is

completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here:
http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for
your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it should
run,
presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order
to

use
the application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install
ODK

aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate
v.1.4.".

I
try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of
the

part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the
files

to
be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative
system
is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they didn´t
work. I also
tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either.
All

I
could do
is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable
characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed.
Anyone
could give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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Sergio,

Glad things are working.

You can add logic/branching in Build, but I'd recommend you try
http://opendatakit.org/use/xlsform instead. It's a little harder to
use, but it gives you more a lot more power.

XLSForm will also give the option to use the label in the final
output. You'll have to use a calculate. If for example you have list
of selects called my_list. You can make a calculate/hidden prompt
called my_list_label (or something similar). If you put the following
in the calculate column, it will have the value of the label.
if(string-length(${my_list}) !=
0,jr:choice-name(${my_list},'${my_list}'),'(Unknown item from
my_list)')

Yaw

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On Sun, Nov 24, 2013 at 2:08 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Yaw,

I used the link you suggested and the form kept failing, so I did the form
again step by step to check where the problem was and I may have done
something different because it seems to work now.

I was also proving the form and I could publish the data into a google
spreadsheet. I could see that the data registered in the spreadsheet is the
underlying value, with the "_" symbol. Since the data is going to be
included in my theses (probably as an excel spreadsheet or Acess files) I
was wondering if there is a chance that the information recorded is
displayed as shown in the form (the one in the field called English, not the
underlying value in http://build.opendatakit.org/).

I saw that I can keep the forms stored in my device and send them later when
I have internet connection, which is what I was looking for.Thanks for your
ideas and congratulations for your project, I think it will be very useful
for my data collection.

I also would like to know if there is the chance to make something a bit
more complicated with build or I need to change to another program. For
example, if the answer to one question is A, then you can choose from
options 1 and 2, is the answer is B, then you can choose options 3 and 4.

Thanks in advance.

2013/11/23 Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com

Sergio,

Sorry you are having problems. Try running the form through ODK
Validate (http://opendatakit.org/use/validate). Does it offer a more
useful error message?

Yaw

Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server
setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 5:29 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

That´s the way I´m doing it, exporting it as XML and then trying to
upload
it from Aggregate... I also tried to export the form directly from build
to
Aggregate (file- Publish to aggregate) but I also get an error.

2013/11/23 Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com

Sergio,

That error suggests that you are not uploading a valid XForm to
Aggregate. From Build, export the form as XML and upload that to
Aggregate.

Yaw

Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server
setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 4:06 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

yes Yaw, I´m not an expert in computers and there is a lot of
confusion
in
my head :stuck_out_tongue: Thanks a lot for your advices. I´m trying to get
this
app
because I am supposed to be able to store the data directly in my
tablet
and
that is what I need.

I could create the form (build) and install the collect tool in my
tablet. I
just could install the App Engine (Aggregate) today and in my
computer
(windows), not in the tablet. That is a great advance because I was
blocked
there for a few days. Nevertheless, I am trying to export the form I
created
to ODK aggregate "add new form+upload form" and I get a message
informing
that I can´t upload the form in aggregate, so I cant open it and
collect
the
data.
This is the message, any idea how I can overcome it?:

Error: Problem with JavaRosa Parsing Form:
org.opendatakit.aggregate.exception.ODKIncompleteSubmissionData:
Javarosa
failed to construct a FormDef. Is this an XForm definition?

Thanks a lot.

2013/11/22 Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com

Sergio,

I think there is a fair bit of confusion here. To use ODK, you need
to
do three things -- design a form, setup a server, and connect the
mobile device to that server. Once those three things are done,
you'll
be ready to start data collection.

You'll need three tools:
ODK Build -- to design your survey form. XLSForm works too.
ODK Collect -- running on an Android device to download and fill-in
the
survey.
ODK Aggregate -- for hosting the survey form and gathering the
survey
results. Briefcase works too if you want a simpler solution that
works
on your desktop computer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqqUdfz9Uyc will give you a video
overview. Follow the steps at http://opendatakit.org/use/ to get
started.

Yaw

Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server
setup, professional support, and software development for ODK.

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 1:43 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

I was afraid that it was an incompatibility problem or something
like
that... but it seems weird to me. In the different tutorial videos
I
have
watched, they are using mobile phones to collect the data and it
works.
What
I need to do is using the tablet to collect the data (that´s the
reason
because I bought it) even if I have to store the information in
the
memory
card and then download it in to a computer (with aggregate
installed
in
it?).

If this solution is very complicated, do you know any other
program
similar
to ODK I can use in my tablet? I was pretending to use ODK because
I
won´t
have internet connection while collecting the data and ODK allows
storing
the info in the own tablet and download it when I have connection.

Thanks.

2013/11/22 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

Re-reading your first e-mail more carefully ---

ODK Aggregate is intended to be run on an x86 system -- either
MacOSX,
Linux, Linux-64bit, or Windows.

You cannot run it on the Android Tablet.

Mitch

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 12:59 PM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

thanks a lot for your answer. I had seen that tutorial as well,
but
I
chose the other because I had the chance to change it into
Spanish.

I am trying to install the file the way it is suggested in this
tutorial.
But the problem is that the website listing all the files to be
downloaded
is the same website suggested in the old tutorial. So when I
download
any
file, the only I get is a text document with weird symbols, most
of
them as
chinese characters. I am trying the 2 versions od "ODK Aggregate
v.1.4" that
can be downloaded with linux, which should be executable files
(.run)
and it
is the same with both of them.

Do you have any idea why this can be?

Thanks.

2013/11/21 Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com

That is a very old tutorial! The Aggregate installation portion
is
completely out-of-date.

See the current ODK information here:
http://opendatakit.org/use/

Once you download the latest installer that is appropriate for
your
operating system, you just need to double-click it and it
should
run,
presenting a Wizard-style installer interface.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 8:51 AM, sergio martin supersmvime@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

I just bought a tablet and I am trying to install ODK in order
to
use
the application to collect and manage data for my thesis.

I am trying to install the ODK app and when I have to install
ODK
aggregate, I have problems to install the "ODK aggregate
v.1.4.".
I
try to
download the file but it does not work. It is the point 5 of
the
part
"Create an AppEngine Instance" in this tutorial.

http://www.google.es/intl/en/earth/outreach/tutorials/odk_gettingstarted.html

I am transfered to a website with a list including all the
files
to
be
downloaded (for linux, windows, osx...). Since the operative
system
is
android, I tried to download the linux versions but they
didn´t
work. I also
tried the windows and osx versions and it didn´t work either.
All
I
could do
is downloading a file that is opened as a text file with
unrecognizable
characters, but never a file to be executed and installed.

I have tried several times and I could not get it installed.
Anyone
could give me some advice on how to do it?

Thanks a lot.
Sergio.

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