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Exporting problems - how is yes/no coded? il y a 1 an 4 mois #93053

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Hello lime users,
(using Version 2.00+ Build 121127)
we have been having trouble exporting answers in .csv or Excel, fortunately in R and SPSS works, so I downloaded the .csv-table for R and am building a work-around to get my nice column headers back ;-)
(sounds stupid, but I am sure this is the quickest solution for now)
With the help of the survey logic file I have been able to identify the questions and answers except one: A yes/no question shows values 1, 2 and missings and I am now not sure whether 1 = yes or 1 = no.

Is there any possibility of finding this out?

Thank you so much for your help.
chofis
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Exporting problems - how is yes/no coded? il y a 1 an 4 mois #93217

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1 = "Yes" and 2 = "No".

Here's a snippet from the R syntax file:
levels=c(1,2),labels=c("Yes", "No")
Cheers,
Tony Partner

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