SurveyCTO 2.60 introduces new features and key improvements that enhance the look, functionality, and accessibility of your SurveyCTO experience, no matter how you use the platform.
In this second installment of SurveyCTO’s webinar series, we show you how to update your household rosters by combining baseline and endline household rosters into one list in the SurveyCTO platform. We do so by assembling a choice list that captures all the members of a household, both new and previous. This choice list can be created in an endline survey, as well as in any midline surveys.
SurveyCTO is the most reliable, secure, and scalable mobile data collection platform for researchers and professionals working in offline settings.
In this webinar, we walk through a household survey example where we first create a roster of household members, followed by two rosters that match spouses to each other and children to parents. Lastly, we store those connections.
This is commonly known as an “indexed-repeat error.” It occurs when a field that is inside a repeat group is directly referenced from outside that repeat group.
This error means that somewhere in your form definition you have referred to a field that does not actually exist as a field in your form.
You have received this error because the total number of begin group/begin repeat rows in your form does not match the total number of end group/end repeat rows.
You have a calculate, relevance, or constraint expression that has a syntax error that makes the expression incorrect.
This error appears when your Collect Android app tries to communicate with your server but can't establish a secure (SSL/HTTPS) connection.
This error message means that the Collect app has encountered an issue that prevents it from functioning.
You have received an error in your ODK form that says only questions are allowed in the field-list.
A dependency cycle error typically indicates that through a series of relevance interdependencies, a field in your form is now relevant upon its own value, which is logically impossible.
This error means that whichever ODK-based Collect Android app you are using can’t connect to your ODK or ODK-based platform’s server.
We should hope for a post-ICT4D world that promotes an ecosystem of technology providers instead of hindering them.