Hey I want to formulate criteria under which an attribute is displayed. For this purpose I used the "Relevant" box. An attribute should only be displayed if a specific code was selected for a previous code attribute. For example: Attribute "Height" only appears if it is not a lying tree. I tried tree!=tree=2 (if 2=lying trees). But it did not work. Can you help?

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asked 23 Jan, 16:12

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oh! I think you wrote code in wrong way. It should be like this (tree != 2 and tree !=3 ) where tree is an attribute and 2 or 3 is value that can be evaluated. you should write like this code under the box of "Height" attribute. Remember "Height" is wrong it should be "height".

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answered 23 Jan, 16:22

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Hi Rajkumar! Thanks a lot for your answer. With this code it worked.

(28 Jan, 10:23) Sabrina Sabrina's gravatar image

Dear Sabrina,
What's the name of the tree status attribute?
If the attribute is called tree_status then the Relevant when expression can be something like this:
tree_status = 2
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Open Foris Team

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answered 23 Jan, 17:32

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