[EpiData-list] Help with 'Reading' an epx file with EpiDataAnalysis after entering records in DataEntry

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Tue Apr 8 08:40:55 CDT 2014


>> Hi There!
>> 
>> I am hoping that you can help me with this problem that I am facing.
>> 
>> It seems that after I save my project after doing data entry - the data analysis is not able to read the project - whenever I open the epx file - it says ‘Loading data C:\Users\…..\MyProject.epx, please wait….’ and nothing happens.
>> 
>> I try to read the samples provided but there’s no problem with it.
>> 
>> I am just wondering what did I do wrong in saving my project after DataEntry that DataAnalysis is not able to read it?
>> 
>> I also could not locate the REC file as well. My version of epidata manager is 1.4.4.4, entry client 1.4..4.2, and data analysis manager of v2.2 build 182.
>> 
>> Thank you very much. I look forward to hearing from you.
>> 
>> Regards
>> Teddy
On 8 Apr 2014, at 6:43 pm, jens lauritsen <jl at epidata.dk> wrote:

> Please send your question again, but to the epidata-list, not to list owner.
> 
> Add to your list the version of EpiData Manager, you are using. See help file "copy version".
> 
> regards
> Jens Lauritsen
> 
> On 08-04-2014 09:05, Teddy wrote:
>> Hi There!
>> 
>> I am hoping that you can help me with this problem that I am facing.
>> 
>> It seems that after I save my project after doing data entry - the data analysis is not able to read the project - whenever I open the epx file - it says ‘Loading data C:\Users\…..\MyProject.epx, please wait….’ and nothing happens.
>> 
>> I try to read the samples provided but there’s no problem with it.
>> 
>> I am just wondering what did I do wrong in saving my project after DataEntry that DataAnalysis is not able to read it?
>> 
>> I also could not locate the REC file as well.
>> 
>> Thank you very much. I look forward to hearing from you.
>> 
>> Regards
>> Teddy
> 



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