thank you so much in advance. Apologies for being so unspecific, I am trying to describe the problem properly now. What I meant with "newly established table" is a questionnaire form which does not contain data yet. When starting with the data entry the problem occured, though it was only recognized when viewing the data after entering several individual records. The problem is that the very first line contains absolutely no data (as far as I can see). In my mind this could not be possible with EpiData and now I am trying to find the reason behind the phenomenon. I hope this clarifies my situation.
Thanks a lot in advance, many greetings from Germany, Nina
Am 24.10.2011 20:14, schrieb firstname.lastname@example.org:
I'd love to be able to respond, but I can't quite figure out the problem you are having. Could you be more specific? What do you mean with "newly established table"? A table is the result of data aggregation but EpiData is about entering individual records.
On 20:59, email@example.com wrote:
Dear members of the EpiData-Team,
I am writing to you with the following question/concern: I am using the programme EpiData 3.1. to insert data from a questionnaire, where in the end every line contains the data from one questionnaire. In a newly established table the first line is without entry while the following lines contain data, though I thought that this is impossible in EpiData - is there any explanation how this blank line could have happened? Is it possible to save a line without having inserted any data in the original questionnaire form?
Thanks a lot to everybody, greetings from Germany, Nina-Claire Himpe
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