Skip logic in multiple select options

I am a researcher and very new to this odk business. I have tried to
develop a survey form (xls form) but i am having difficulty figuring out
what to insert in the relevant column to allow only relevant options
selected in a previous question are shown for further details. I know this
is pretty basic, but i need help. The example in question is this: An
earlier question is "which of theses farm tools do you use on your farm?"
With a multiple select choice, a long list of options are given. The next
question is specify the number of tools (only selected options in the
previous question should be displayed to the surveyor and not all of the
options). Please help a brother.

Thanks, Edwin

Hi Edwin

You can use the following:
selected(${tool},'spade') for questions relevent when spade is selected
from choices called tool...

Bash

··· On 17 Nov 2013 14:29, "Edwin Daniel" wrote:

I am a researcher and very new to this odk business. I have tried to
develop a survey form (xls form) but i am having difficulty figuring out
what to insert in the relevant column to allow only relevant options
selected in a previous question are shown for further details. I know this
is pretty basic, but i need help. The example in question is this: An
earlier question is "which of theses farm tools do you use on your farm?"
With a multiple select choice, a long list of options are given. The next
question is specify the number of tools (only selected options in the
previous question should be displayed to the surveyor and not all of the
options). Please help a brother.

Thanks, Edwin

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Edwin,

Also see the Skipping Questions section at
http://opendatakit.org/help/form-design/xlsform

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On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 1:09 PM, Bashir Jahed admin@osilab.net wrote:

Hi Edwin

You can use the following:
selected(${tool},'spade') for questions relevent when spade is selected from
choices called tool...

Bash

On 17 Nov 2013 14:29, "Edwin Daniel" edwindaniels1@gmail.com wrote:

I am a researcher and very new to this odk business. I have tried to
develop a survey form (xls form) but i am having difficulty figuring out
what to insert in the relevant column to allow only relevant options
selected in a previous question are shown for further details. I know this
is pretty basic, but i need help. The example in question is this: An
earlier question is "which of theses farm tools do you use on your farm?"
With a multiple select choice, a long list of options are given. The next
question is specify the number of tools (only selected options in the
previous question should be displayed to the surveyor and not all of the
options). Please help a brother.

Thanks, Edwin

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