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Hello,

We seem to have an issue with our RawDataScript; it is supposed to pull data from each infant we code, however it continues to pull data from an example spreadsheet that was created for us.

Below is the message that appears when we run the script (I've bolded the line that is incorrect): Opened a project with '4' columns! /Users/lakustal/Desktop/TrialBoundLooking-1.opf has been loaded. SUCCESSFULLY LOADED Printed to ~/Desktop/PLPStimLook.txt

Is there anyway to modify the script or save our spreadsheets in a way that the script will pull our data? Any advice is truly appreciated! Thank you so much in advance!

Jessica

asked 09 Aug '13, 15:26

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Please post your script - just the user-edited section - so we can look at it to figure out what's wrong. Thanks!

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answered 09 Aug '13, 15:36

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The script should be set up to load and then export any and all opf files that are in the directory listed at the top of the user-editable section. Right now, it looks like it's pulling from the directory: /Users/lakustal/Desktop/. So it is loading any opf files saved onto the desktop of the computer.

In order to export other files you would need to either: A) copy all of the files you want to export to the desktop (and move the sample opf file off of the desktop, so it is not exported), since that is the directory currently defined. Or B) change the directory the script is to pull opf files from to the location of the opf files you want to load.

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answered 09 Aug '13, 20:27

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