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1 Introduction Session 1 This presentation contains material from: World Vision 2013, paper to phones guide Smap Consulting 2013

2 Course Objective Objective – Know how to create and modify survey forms – able to collect data using the phones – Able to analyse the data – Be able to manage an assessment conducted using phones – Become comfortable with using Android phones and getting a data connection Approach – “Do to learn” using exercises. – Prior to each exercise key material will be introduced and its use demonstrated – There will also be new material that will be shown in the demonstration but not explained until later in the course – Hence you will probably need to ask questions in order to complete each exercise © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd2

3 Session Objective For me to understand your expectations for the course and how you see mobile phones can be used for assessments and monitoring Introduce you to assessments using mobile phones © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd3

4 SELF INTRODUCTIONS © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd4 Basic

5 Self Introductions Who you are The experience you have with Mobile Phones in Assessments What value or problems they may cause Expectations for the course I shall provide you with a user id and password for use on the course © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd5

6 Smap Consulting Working with World Vision since 2008 on collecting data with mobile phones Also working with: – Oxfam – Monash University – University of Zambia DME / Baseline surveys Rapid Assessments The phones have been used in approximately 30 countries © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd Photos © World Vision

7 OVERVIEW © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd7 Basic

8 Fewer trees killed Less to carry around More precise—don’t have to decipher handwriting Ability to use questionnaire in multiple languages Data entry instant—huge time saver; no entry errors. No need for internet or network connectivity while in the field—can conduct surveys in remote areas. One phone can hold thousands of surveys (with limited photo and video) Surveys can be uploaded from any location, which means enumerators can be spread out across a large geographic area and all their surveys could be uploaded to one server and combined into one worksheet for analysis back at headquarters. Ability to create maps Ability to use photos and videos as a part of a survey. Why would anyone want to move from a paper survey to a smart phone survey? (c) World Vision 2013 ONE: Why use smart phones for surveys 8

9 So the real question is: Why wouldn’t anyone want to move from a paper survey to a smart phone survey?! 9 (c) World Vision 2013

10 Server (4) Complete surveys Analyst (3) Download Form (5) Upload Results (6) Results (2)Upload Form Process (1)Create Form (7) Analyse Results Enumerator © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd

11 Create form and analyse results © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd11

12 Server © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd12 Only Chrome and Firefox are currently supported Javascript must be enabled in your browser for the above site

13 Phones – Androids, FieldTask Huawei Y300 Samsung Galaxy Mini (c) Smap Consulting Pty Ltd13 Must have an sdcard

14 A survey consists of A main form containing – Questions – Optionally one or more sub-forms which: Can be asked multiple times during a single interview (for example once for each member of the household) Questions Optionally one or more sub-forms © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd14 Groups do not change the structure of a survey and hence does not change the results

15 © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd15 Demonstration – End to End Creating a new survey, completing it on an Android phone and viewing the results in a spreadsheet. 7.:57 Minutes Demonstration – End to End Creating a new survey, completing it on an Android phone and viewing the results in a spreadsheet. 7.:57 Minutes

16 Exercise: complete the survey Get fieldTask, In your browser enter: – The address of the server Start fieldTask Menu | Settings – url: The address of the server – Your username – Your password Menu | Get Forms Menu | Start Survey Menu | Submit Finished Data © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd16

17 © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd17 Demonstration – Web Forms Completing a survey on Web Forms (iPad, laptop, any device with a modern browser) 0:54 Minutes Demonstration – Web Forms Completing a survey on Web Forms (iPad, laptop, any device with a modern browser) 0:54 Minutes

18 SMAP FEATURES © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd18 Advanced

19 Geo-Spatial Smap stores all of its data in a relational database with geospatial extensions PostGIS This allows geospatial queries to be made on the data – For example: Find the closest survey point to this road. Data can be exported in geospatial formats such as ESRI shape files GIS systems can connect directly to the Smap database and can be used to perform geospatial analysis on the data © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd19

20 ODK AND JAVA ROSA © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd20 Advanced

21 Java-Rosa and ODK compatibility Smap, mostly, conforms to the standard interfaces specified by these open source projects This allows other tools that conform to these standards to be used interchangeably with Smap Some examples – odkCollect, the ODK android client works can be used instead of fieldTask – Smap uses the ODK xlsform tool to transform survey definitions in a spreadsheet format into Xforms used on the phones Other tools could be used although they may require some adjustments to be made to the Smap Server – J2ME data collection tools – ODK Briefcase © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd21

22 ODK Community Because we use the ODK spreadsheet editor for creating surveys you can subscribe to the ODK group and learn a lot about survey editing from the experiences and questions of others You can also contribute your expertise back to this group Website: Discussion group: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/opendatakit https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/opendatakit © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd22

23 REFERENCES © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd23 Basic

24 Contact Me Neil Penman Skype: ianaf4you Phone: © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd24

25 Additional Resources – Description of features – Announcement of new features – Survey Related Information – Frequently Asked Questions https://smap- suite.googlecode.com/files/survey%20edit%20reference.pdf https://smap- suite.googlecode.com/files/survey%20edit%20reference.pdf Other external resources for survey editing – – – © Smap Consulting Pty Ltd25


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