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Export and import data

  • How to export data

    Data can be exported in SPSS, Excel, and CSV formats, which in turn can be easily imported  into SAS, Stata or R. Please note that multiple variable names beginning with the same 64 characters will no...

  • Export uploaded files

    The 'Upload file' field allows users and survey participants to upload files to the study. Exporting uploaded files can be done in two ways: Export per record, per field Files can be individually down...

  • Import study data

    Here you will learn how to import data, either per record or for multiple records at a time.  If you are looking to import report data, check this article.  Before you start Here are some things to ch...

  • Import report data

    If you're looking to import study data, check this article: Import study data.  If you have questions about the format accepted in each field check Formats for data import. It is possible to import re...

  • Formats for data import

    In Castor it is possible to import data captured with other tools. The article Import study data provide an extensive explanation of the preparation of the datasheet and the steps to import it in Cast...

  • Export data into SPSS

    To export your Castor data into SPSS you will need to follow a few steps, explained in the video below. Watch the video on Castor Academy: Exporting data into SPSS format | Castor Academy A short summ...

  • Export and merge data in R

    There are two ways to export data from your study to R: Export data in CSV format and read the CSV file into R (see below) Use the Castor API R package called castoRedc to retrieve data Read your CSV ...

  • Merge study and report/survey data files in SPSS

    Before you follow the steps in this article, please make sure you have exported your data properly. See here how you can export to SPSS. Save your .sav files, e.g. 'studydata.sav' and 'reports_bloodpr...

  • Export data into SAS

    First export your data with the export type 'CSV'. From here there are two ways to import your Castor data in the CSV files into SAS: Code Import data directly from your folder Code Move the CSV file ...