Dear Sir,

I could not see the detail land use sub-division. Could you help me to address this issue?

Siveun

asked 20 Jan '16, 04:11

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Hi Siveun, could you please be more specific about your problem?

What survey are you using? Are you designing it yourself through Collect Survey Designer? You can mail me the CEP file you are trying to use to openforisinitiative /at/ gmail /dot/ com

Regards, support team

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answered 20 Jan '16, 09:48

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In my case, I could see only Land Use category in the screen above, I could not see the land use sub-division as I have leant from your module in the below picture.

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I this case, for example, In my commune, crop land would refer to Rice field, cassava and cashew nut. Can we classify this crop land to more specifics to cassava or rice field in Openforis?

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answered 22 Jan '16, 03:20

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Dear Siveun,

The Cambodia survey you are using does not ask for the land use subdivision as it is not specified on it. Basically you will need to add the land use subdivisions in the survey you are using.

As this survey that you are testing is a bit old it is better if we import a "newer" one into Collect and modify it to suit your needs. As this part is a bit difficult to answer in a post I have made a video : Importing and editing a survey

Hope it is clear what to do after you watch it!

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answered 22 Jan '16, 20:33

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