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Re: Saving Assessment scores to survey database 2 years 6 months ago #74129

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Ok now I solved the problem about the email; now i would like to have this "sum(TA1.valueNAOK, TA2.valueNAOK)/2" in the statistics. Is It possible?
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Re: Saving Assessment scores to survey database 2 years 6 months ago #74131

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Hi,
Probably you just have to expand the advanced settings of your question and tick the checkbox:
'Show in public statistics'

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Re: Saving Assessment scores to survey database 2 years 6 months ago #74239

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giankuka wrote:
Ok now I solved the problem about the email; now i would like to have this "sum(TA1.valueNAOK, TA2.valueNAOK)/2" in the statistics. Is It possible?
The equation question type isn't supported by the statistics module yet, see bugs.limesurvey.org/view.php?id=5754

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Re: Saving Assessment scores to survey database 2 years 6 months ago #74281

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tpartner wrote:
You can use the {assessment_CURRENT_TOTAL} placeholder to access the assesssment total from previous pages.

The following will load a short-text input with the {assessment_CURRENT_TOTAL} and hide it where:
11111 = survey ID
22 = group ID
33 = question ID
<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8">
 
	$(document).ready(function(){
 
		$('#answer11111X22X33').val('{assessment_CURRENT_TOTAL}');	
		$('#question33').hide();
	});
 
</script>

Your script works fine in 1.92. How can I use it to a hide a text (not a number). I would like to have the name of the user in the statistic but not in the survey.
Thaks
Gianluca
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Re: Saving Assessment scores to survey database 2 years 6 months ago #74303

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How can I use it to a hide a text (not a number). I would like to have the name of the user in the statistic but not in the survey.
I'm afraid I don't understand. Can you explain in more detail?
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Re: Saving Assessment scores to survey database 2 years 6 months ago #74491

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tpartner wrote:
How can I use it to a hide a text (not a number). I would like to have the name of the user in the statistic but not in the survey.
I'm afraid I don't understand. Can you explain in more detail?
I realized that I can have the name of my guest through the field properties. I'm afraid I did a no sense question (due also to my bad English, sorry).

Instead, can I also hide the group with your script? Because I see in this way a blank group (and I don't want to put the questions in a previous group).
Thanks.
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Re: Saving Assessment scores to survey database 2 years 6 months ago #74505

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Is tbhis the only question of this group?

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Re: Saving Assessment scores to survey database 2 years 6 months ago #74514

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NO, I have two questions in this group, both hidden throgh the script...
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Re: Saving Assessment scores to survey database 2 years 6 months ago #74515

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The only solution would be to add a function to automatically submit that group and move ahead in the survey but you will also need to put a script in the following group to skip it if respondents are allowed to go backwards in the survey. It would be a lot simpler to put the questions in another group.
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Re: Saving Assessment scores to survey database 2 years 5 months ago #76619

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Newbie to LimeSurvey. Started using the survey software about 3 weeks ago, installed the 1.91+ version, and a few days ago manually updated successfully to 1.92+. I have assessment assistance request. I have read and read many articles on the forum here, the Expression Manager manual, the Expression Manager How To's page with Calculation/assessment examples, and other documentation in the LimeSurvey main manual. Here's what I'm trying to resolve: Questions separated in a few groups, each with a point value. The total point value at end of survey is successfully shown on the completed page. Problem is: no 'total' value in the database or detailed email notification.
...been working with the 'Equation' utility, assessment rules, assessment_CURRENT_TOTAL (the only progress i've had with adding data to the db and email notification), and some other variety of options. I know this is a real simple option and not sure what I'm missing. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. I know it's a quick adjustment somewhere, just can't find what it is. I've attached the last survey worked on, broken down in the simplest form for functionality:

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File Name: limesurvey_survey_82725.lss
File Size: 28 KB


...thanks again for any input.
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