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Hi, my team if coders is exporting their opf files as csv and then doing some cleanup for typos, etc., before manually adding another column, post-hoc.

I'm wondering if it's possible to read back in the exported csv into datavyu? This way, if they find errors they could just read the file back in and e.g. resave a cleaned-up version of the opf. Otherwise, I believe the only options are to manually change both the opf and csv, or just the opf and then re-export, right?

asked 17 Nov '14, 00:50

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There is no simple way to read back an exported csv in datavyu.

You can either manually change the opf files and then re-export or you can try to write a script. Please let me know if you want more details on how to use a script for this process.

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answered 19 Nov '14, 13:13

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