Using choices labels from a select_multiple within survey levels inside a repeat

Hi, everyone! First question to the group. Please let me know if there are
some conventions I haven't followed.

I am currently using XLSForm. I have a select_multiple question that then
forms the basis for a repeat that repeats a count-selected number of
times.I would like to use the label for each choice within the label for
the survey.

For example:

Did you eat any of the following today?

dates

figs

{User selects both}

How many dates did you eat?
Were they tasty?

How many figs did you eat?
Were they tasty?

Appreciate any help you could provide!

Curtis

Should say "within survey labels inside a repeat" in the subject line...

··· On Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 12:53:38 PM UTC-7, Curtis Atkisson wrote: > > Hi, everyone! First question to the group. Please let me know if there are > some conventions I haven't followed. > > I am currently using XLSForm. I have a select_multiple question that then > forms the basis for a repeat that repeats a count-selected number of > times.I would like to use the label for each choice within the label for > the survey. > > For example: > > Did you eat any of the following today? > > dates > > figs > > {User selects both} > > How many dates did you eat? > Were they tasty? > > How many figs did you eat? > Were they tasty? > > Appreciate any help you could provide! > > Curtis >

Hi? If the top of fruit eaten was a text field, you could easily insert
${with name of question} within the question how many ${with name of
question} did you eat?

How ever since it's a multiple select, doing so will give a number if
multiple choice is coded. However I think it will work if the name of the
choice reflects the label eg label Fig is named Fig.

Louis....

Should say "within survey labels inside a repeat" in the subject line...

··· On Aug 16, 2016 11:00 PM, "Curtis Atkisson" wrote:

On Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 12:53:38 PM UTC-7, Curtis Atkisson wrote:

Hi, everyone! First question to the group. Please let me know if there are
some conventions I haven't followed.

I am currently using XLSForm. I have a select_multiple question that then
forms the basis for a repeat that repeats a count-selected number of
times.I would like to use the label for each choice within the label for
the survey.

For example:

Did you eat any of the following today?

dates

figs

{User selects both}

How many dates did you eat?
Were they tasty?

How many figs did you eat?
Were they tasty?

Appreciate any help you could provide!

Curtis

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This cannot be done for select-multiple fields, but can be done with
select-one fields.
And doing that is poorly supported within XLSForm.

The ${field} within the question label is expanded in the generated XML to
be something like:

You can manually edit the generated XML to change this to be a relative
path (using ../...) to the field (so that it works within a repeat group).

If the question were a select-one, you could write, e.g.,:

and this would display the choice text for that select-one field (rather
than the choice value).

However, there is no function available to map all the values in a
select-multiple into a list of text labels.

If your values and text are the same, then you could just display the list
(which will be space-separated). But the values cannot contain spaces.

··· On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 10:51 PM, Louis Omoya wrote:

Hi? If the top of fruit eaten was a text field, you could easily insert
${with name of question} within the question how many ${with name of
question} did you eat?

How ever since it's a multiple select, doing so will give a number if
multiple choice is coded. However I think it will work if the name of the
choice reflects the label eg label Fig is named Fig.

Louis....

On Aug 16, 2016 11:00 PM, "Curtis Atkisson" curttalkthai@gmail.com wrote:

Should say "within survey labels inside a repeat" in the subject line...

On Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 12:53:38 PM UTC-7, Curtis Atkisson wrote:

Hi, everyone! First question to the group. Please let me know if there
are some conventions I haven't followed.

I am currently using XLSForm. I have a select_multiple question that then
forms the basis for a repeat that repeats a count-selected number of
times.I would like to use the label for each choice within the label for
the survey.

For example:

Did you eat any of the following today?

dates

figs

{User selects both}

How many dates did you eat?
Were they tasty?

How many figs did you eat?
Were they tasty?

Appreciate any help you could provide!

Curtis

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I'm comfortable editing in the XML. XLSForm is just super convenient for
the basic stuff.

Is there someway to use something like a join function with jr:choice-name
to make a list of selections and then loop through those in the repeat? I
gather that the answer is no, but I figured I might rephrase a different
way and see if that makes more sense.

This is an interviewer run survey, so displaying a list of the selections
wouldn't be the end of the world. How would I generate a space-separated
list of the selected values?

Thanks!

··· On Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 10:16:59 AM UTC-7, Mitch Sundt wrote: > > This cannot be done for select-multiple fields, but can be done with > select-one fields. > And doing that is poorly supported within XLSForm. > > The ${field} within the question label is expanded in the generated XML to > be something like: > > > > You can manually edit the generated XML to change this to be a relative > path (using ../...) to the field (so that it works within a repeat group). > > If the question were a select-one, you could write, e.g.,: > > > > and this would display the choice text for that select-one field (rather > than the choice value). > > However, there is no function available to map all the values in a > select-multiple into a list of text labels. > > If your values and text are the same, then you could just display the list > (which will be space-separated). But the values cannot contain spaces. > > > On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 10:51 PM, Louis Omoya <louis...@gmail.com > wrote: > >> Hi? If the top of fruit eaten was a text field, you could easily insert >> ${with name of question} within the question how many ${with name of >> question} did you eat? >> >> How ever since it's a multiple select, doing so will give a number if >> multiple choice is coded. However I think it will work if the name of the >> choice reflects the label eg label Fig is named Fig. >> >> Louis.... >> >> On Aug 16, 2016 11:00 PM, "Curtis Atkisson" <curtta...@gmail.com > wrote: >> >> Should say "within survey labels inside a repeat" in the subject line... >> >> >> On Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 12:53:38 PM UTC-7, Curtis Atkisson wrote: >>> >>> Hi, everyone! First question to the group. Please let me know if there >>> are some conventions I haven't followed. >>> >>> I am currently using XLSForm. I have a select_multiple question that >>> then forms the basis for a repeat that repeats a count-selected number of >>> times.I would like to use the label for each choice within the label for >>> the survey. >>> >>> For example: >>> >>> Did you eat any of the following today? >>> >>> dates >>> >>> figs >>> >>> {User selects both} >>> >>> How many dates did you eat? >>> Were they tasty? >>> >>> How many figs did you eat? >>> Were they tasty? >>> >>> Appreciate any help you could provide! >>> >>> Curtis >>> >> -- >> -- >> Post: opend...@googlegroups.com >> Unsubscribe: opendatakit...@googlegroups.com >> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >> >> --- >> You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups >> "ODK Community" group. >> To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an >> email to opendatakit...@googlegroups.com . >> For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout. >> >> >> -- >> -- >> Post: opend...@googlegroups.com >> Unsubscribe: opendatakit...@googlegroups.com >> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >> >> --- >> You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups >> "ODK Community" group. >> To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an >> email to opendatakit...@googlegroups.com . >> For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout. >> > > > > -- > Mitch Sundt > Software Engineer > University of Washington > mitche...@gmail.com >

That's the crux of the problem. There is no function in javarosa that can
do that.

··· On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 10:28 AM, Curtis Atkisson wrote:

I'm comfortable editing in the XML. XLSForm is just super convenient for
the basic stuff.

Is there someway to use something like a join function with jr:choice-name
to make a list of selections and then loop through those in the repeat? I
gather that the answer is no, but I figured I might rephrase a different
way and see if that makes more sense.

This is an interviewer run survey, so displaying a list of the selections
wouldn't be the end of the world. How would I generate a space-separated
list of the selected values?

Thanks!

On Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 10:16:59 AM UTC-7, Mitch Sundt wrote:

This cannot be done for select-multiple fields, but can be done with
select-one fields.
And doing that is poorly supported within XLSForm.

The ${field} within the question label is expanded in the generated XML
to be something like:

You can manually edit the generated XML to change this to be a relative
path (using ../...) to the field (so that it works within a repeat group).

If the question were a select-one, you could write, e.g.,:

and this would display the choice text for that select-one field (rather
than the choice value).

However, there is no function available to map all the values in a
select-multiple into a list of text labels.

If your values and text are the same, then you could just display the
list (which will be space-separated). But the values cannot contain spaces.

On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 10:51 PM, Louis Omoya louis...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi? If the top of fruit eaten was a text field, you could easily insert
${with name of question} within the question how many ${with name of
question} did you eat?

How ever since it's a multiple select, doing so will give a number if
multiple choice is coded. However I think it will work if the name of the
choice reflects the label eg label Fig is named Fig.

Louis....

On Aug 16, 2016 11:00 PM, "Curtis Atkisson" curtta...@gmail.com wrote:

Should say "within survey labels inside a repeat" in the subject line...

On Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 12:53:38 PM UTC-7, Curtis Atkisson wrote:

Hi, everyone! First question to the group. Please let me know if there
are some conventions I haven't followed.

I am currently using XLSForm. I have a select_multiple question that
then forms the basis for a repeat that repeats a count-selected number of
times.I would like to use the label for each choice within the label for
the survey.

For example:

Did you eat any of the following today?

dates

figs

{User selects both}

How many dates did you eat?
Were they tasty?

How many figs did you eat?
Were they tasty?

Appreciate any help you could provide!

Curtis

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Hi Mitch,

Any sense of how hard it'd be to add?

Yaw

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On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 5:37 PM, Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com wrote:

That's the crux of the problem. There is no function in javarosa that can do
that.

On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 10:28 AM, Curtis Atkisson curttalkthai@gmail.com wrote:

I'm comfortable editing in the XML. XLSForm is just super convenient for
the basic stuff.

Is there someway to use something like a join function with jr:choice-name
to make a list of selections and then loop through those in the repeat? I
gather that the answer is no, but I figured I might rephrase a different way
and see if that makes more sense.

This is an interviewer run survey, so displaying a list of the selections
wouldn't be the end of the world. How would I generate a space-separated
list of the selected values?

Thanks!

On Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 10:16:59 AM UTC-7, Mitch Sundt wrote:

This cannot be done for select-multiple fields, but can be done with
select-one fields.
And doing that is poorly supported within XLSForm.

The ${field} within the question label is expanded in the generated XML
to be something like:

You can manually edit the generated XML to change this to be a relative
path (using ../...) to the field (so that it works within a repeat group).

If the question were a select-one, you could write, e.g.,:

and this would display the choice text for that select-one field (rather
than the choice value).

However, there is no function available to map all the values in a
select-multiple into a list of text labels.

If your values and text are the same, then you could just display the
list (which will be space-separated). But the values cannot contain spaces.

On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 10:51 PM, Louis Omoya louis...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi? If the top of fruit eaten was a text field, you could easily insert
${with name of question} within the question how many ${with name of
question} did you eat?

How ever since it's a multiple select, doing so will give a number if
multiple choice is coded. However I think it will work if the name of the
choice reflects the label eg label Fig is named Fig.

Louis....

On Aug 16, 2016 11:00 PM, "Curtis Atkisson" curtta...@gmail.com wrote:

Should say "within survey labels inside a repeat" in the subject line...

On Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 12:53:38 PM UTC-7, Curtis Atkisson wrote:

Hi, everyone! First question to the group. Please let me know if there
are some conventions I haven't followed.

I am currently using XLSForm. I have a select_multiple question that
then forms the basis for a repeat that repeats a count-selected number of
times.I would like to use the label for each choice within the label for the
survey.

For example:

Did you eat any of the following today?

dates

figs

{User selects both}

How many dates did you eat?
Were they tasty?

How many figs did you eat?
Were they tasty?

Appreciate any help you could provide!

Curtis

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I would recommend creating:

jr:join-choice-names(separatorString, value, 'noderef')

A mix of the join() functionality and jr:choice-name to operate on a
select-multiple.

Generally a boilerplate copy-and-paste with the implementation doing a
split on space to get the individual values in the select-multiple to
convert.

··· On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 1:55 PM, Yaw Anokwa wrote:

Hi Mitch,

Any sense of how hard it'd be to add?

Yaw

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On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 5:37 PM, Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com wrote:

That's the crux of the problem. There is no function in javarosa that
can do
that.

On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 10:28 AM, Curtis Atkisson < curttalkthai@gmail.com> wrote:

I'm comfortable editing in the XML. XLSForm is just super convenient for
the basic stuff.

Is there someway to use something like a join function with
jr:choice-name

to make a list of selections and then loop through those in the repeat?
I

gather that the answer is no, but I figured I might rephrase a
different way

and see if that makes more sense.

This is an interviewer run survey, so displaying a list of the
selections

wouldn't be the end of the world. How would I generate a space-separated
list of the selected values?

Thanks!

On Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 10:16:59 AM UTC-7, Mitch Sundt wrote:

This cannot be done for select-multiple fields, but can be done with
select-one fields.
And doing that is poorly supported within XLSForm.

The ${field} within the question label is expanded in the generated XML
to be something like:

You can manually edit the generated XML to change this to be a relative
path (using ../...) to the field (so that it works within a repeat
group).

If the question were a select-one, you could write, e.g.,:

and this would display the choice text for that select-one field
(rather

than the choice value).

However, there is no function available to map all the values in a
select-multiple into a list of text labels.

If your values and text are the same, then you could just display the
list (which will be space-separated). But the values cannot contain
spaces.

On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 10:51 PM, Louis Omoya louis...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi? If the top of fruit eaten was a text field, you could easily
insert

${with name of question} within the question how many ${with name of
question} did you eat?

How ever since it's a multiple select, doing so will give a number if
multiple choice is coded. However I think it will work if the name of
the

choice reflects the label eg label Fig is named Fig.

Louis....

On Aug 16, 2016 11:00 PM, "Curtis Atkisson" curtta...@gmail.com wrote:

Should say "within survey labels inside a repeat" in the subject
line...

On Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 12:53:38 PM UTC-7, Curtis Atkisson wrote:

Hi, everyone! First question to the group. Please let me know if
there

are some conventions I haven't followed.

I am currently using XLSForm. I have a select_multiple question that
then forms the basis for a repeat that repeats a count-selected
number of

times.I would like to use the label for each choice within the label
for the

survey.

For example:

Did you eat any of the following today?

dates

figs

{User selects both}

How many dates did you eat?
Were they tasty?

How many figs did you eat?
Were they tasty?

Appreciate any help you could provide!

Curtis

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Filed at https://github.com/opendatakit/opendatakit/issues/1154 for now.

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On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 10:19 PM, Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com wrote:

I would recommend creating:

jr:join-choice-names(separatorString, value, 'noderef')

A mix of the join() functionality and jr:choice-name to operate on a
select-multiple.

Generally a boilerplate copy-and-paste with the implementation doing a split
on space to get the individual values in the select-multiple to convert.

On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 1:55 PM, Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com wrote:

Hi Mitch,

Any sense of how hard it'd be to add?

Yaw

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On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 5:37 PM, Mitch Sundt mitchellsundt@gmail.com wrote:

That's the crux of the problem. There is no function in javarosa that
can do
that.

On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 10:28 AM, Curtis Atkisson curttalkthai@gmail.com wrote:

I'm comfortable editing in the XML. XLSForm is just super convenient
for
the basic stuff.

Is there someway to use something like a join function with
jr:choice-name
to make a list of selections and then loop through those in the repeat?
I
gather that the answer is no, but I figured I might rephrase a
different way
and see if that makes more sense.

This is an interviewer run survey, so displaying a list of the
selections
wouldn't be the end of the world. How would I generate a
space-separated
list of the selected values?

Thanks!

On Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 10:16:59 AM UTC-7, Mitch Sundt wrote:

This cannot be done for select-multiple fields, but can be done with
select-one fields.
And doing that is poorly supported within XLSForm.

The ${field} within the question label is expanded in the generated
XML
to be something like:

You can manually edit the generated XML to change this to be a
relative
path (using ../...) to the field (so that it works within a repeat
group).

If the question were a select-one, you could write, e.g.,:

and this would display the choice text for that select-one field
(rather
than the choice value).

However, there is no function available to map all the values in a
select-multiple into a list of text labels.

If your values and text are the same, then you could just display the
list (which will be space-separated). But the values cannot contain
spaces.

On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 10:51 PM, Louis Omoya louis...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi? If the top of fruit eaten was a text field, you could easily
insert
${with name of question} within the question how many ${with name of
question} did you eat?

How ever since it's a multiple select, doing so will give a number
if
multiple choice is coded. However I think it will work if the name of
the
choice reflects the label eg label Fig is named Fig.

Louis....

On Aug 16, 2016 11:00 PM, "Curtis Atkisson" curtta...@gmail.com wrote:

Should say "within survey labels inside a repeat" in the subject
line...

On Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 12:53:38 PM UTC-7, Curtis Atkisson wrote:

Hi, everyone! First question to the group. Please let me know if
there
are some conventions I haven't followed.

I am currently using XLSForm. I have a select_multiple question that
then forms the basis for a repeat that repeats a count-selected
number of
times.I would like to use the label for each choice within the label
for the
survey.

For example:

Did you eat any of the following today?

dates

figs

{User selects both}

How many dates did you eat?
Were they tasty?

How many figs did you eat?
Were they tasty?

Appreciate any help you could provide!

Curtis

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