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    Does anybody know if the Java or Python parsers are working with the new Qualtrics update? I am using the QRTEngine to run a Stroop Task for a study (the Stroop Task appears to be working fine), but the parser isn’t working with the CSV file that Qualtrics is producing (I just get a blank Excel document when I run the CSV file through the parser). Anybody have any information?



    Which parser are you using? The python version should give you more detailed errors if there is a problem (my problems with the parser usually come from participants not completing the experiment or my improper naming of blocks). Unfortunately I haven’t used the parser on the “fixed” versions of QRTE, so not sure if that is the problem.


    I recently ran the Python parser on recently-collected data, and had complete (and consistent) data. I can’t speak to your data, of course, but it is at least working in part. The Python script provides verbose error codes when it’s NOT working right, or ought to.


    I have a problem which I hope the forum may be able to help me with.

    I have a working survey with the QRTE Engine JavaScript code inserted into the header area. I have version 2.7.11 Python runtime environment installed and the most recent version of the Python Parser implementation. I have successfully managed to download the survey data in .csv format from the Qualtrics server and would now like to parse the data in order to import it into SPSS. I would like to parse all files locally rather than using a web based parser.

    I receive the following error feedback which appears to directly relate to the code file and/or related modules.

    C:\>python C:\pp\ C:\Test\Stroop.csv
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File “C:\pp\”, line 5, in <module>
    from qrte_parser_python import QRTEParser, QRTEParserLogger, log
    File “C:\pp\qrte_parser_python\”, line 5, in <module>
    from .qrteparser import QRTEParser
    File “C:\pp\qrte_parser_python\”, line 2, in <module>
    from builtins import object
    ImportError: No module named builtins

    Any help regarding why this is occurring would be greatly appreciated.

    Best wishes


    I have now installed Java in the hope of being able to parse my data using the Java parser but I’m experiencing a problem whereby the parser opens the file, and compiles a resultant _out file, but there’s just one word at the top – “topLevelId”. Has anyone else managed to overcome this problem?

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