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When I export a Datavyu spreadsheet using the "Export File by Frame" option in the File menu, the resultant .csv files frequently have all the appropriate column headings, but the rows are empty.

asked 06 Jul '15, 22:38

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The previous versions could not run the "Export file by frame" script when a file had a column with no cells in it. The newest version 1.3.1 now has this fix in it and should run properly on files that have empty columns.

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answered 08 Jul '15, 16:37

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I would be happy to help try to figure out why it is only working with some of your files. Can you please send me a few examples of files that works and files that don't work? My email is vjf210@nyu.edu.

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answered 07 Jul '15, 18:12

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Can you please let me know what version of Datavyu you are using? I just tried it on version 1.3 and had no problem exporting by frame.

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answered 07 Jul '15, 11:07

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I had been using v1.2.2, but just updated to 1.3, and the problem is persisting. In both cases, it only has an issue with certain files (over half).

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