PDF Export of PGP Survey Questions
Got to the Surveys folder above.
To add a new survey to repository
- Git clone this repository.
- Use Google Chrome or Chromium browser. Login to pgp survey google account. Go to https://drive.google.com/drive/#, open the form in question (NOT the google spreadsheet, NOT the "live form"), and go to File>Print. "Save as PDF". The name should be based on the # and the name in https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys. e.g. " PGP Basic Phenotypes Survey 2015 [Form].pdf".
- Add the file to the /surveys folder
- In this readme file, update the total number of surveys, then make a new table with the latest number of responses. For help formatting the table, use http://www.tablesgenerator.com/markdown_tables
- Download the CSV response file and put in the /responses folder
- Add commit push changes (or fork and submit a pull request).
Currently, the Harvard Personal Genome Project website provides a CSV export of the public results for each survey. While these CSVs have headers, the list of possible answers is not available.
For the "Participant Survey", which involved extensive dropdown menus (year and country), I printed out two version: one with all the choies (printed from the "editable" page) and one as the participant sees it, with the dropdown minimized (printed from the "submit" page).
I have included a CSV export of the responses as well (the filenames include a timestamp). For the most up-to-date dump of responses, see: https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys
To make it easy to cross-reference the survey questions and the survey responses, I prefixed each file with the "PGP HMS Google Survey" number. These indices can also be found in the URL in the table below. For instance, Blood is marked with
- Add these survey questions directly to the Tapestry website (https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys), alongside the responses which are already available on there.
- Write a google script to allow import and export in something easy to parse (for instance, markdown).
- Write a script to automate updating of this repository
Total Number of Surveys: 14
|URL #||Name||Public Link||Responses (2015-07-21 22:15:12 UTC)||Participants (2015-07-21 22:15:12 UTC)|
|1||PGP Participant Survey||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/1||3302||2689|
|6||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Cancers||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/6||1819||1667|
|7||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Endocrine, metabolic, nutritional, and immune||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/7||1763||1616|
|9||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Blood||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/8||1696||1581|
|9||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Nervous system||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/9||1663||1553|
|10||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Vision and hearing||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/10||1717||1625|
|11||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Circulatory system||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/11||1614||1517|
|12||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Respiratory system||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/12||1573||1502|
|13||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Digestive system||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/13||1596||1514|
|14||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Genitourinary systems||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/14||1581||1497|
|15||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Skin and subcutaneous tissue||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/15||1630||1540|
|16||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Musculoskeletal system and connective tissue||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/16||1628||1513|
|17||PGP Trait & Disease Survey 2012: Congenital traits and anomalies||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/17||1693||1568|
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|URL #||Name||Public Link||Responses||Participants|
|19||PGP Basic Phenotypes Survey 2015||https://my.pgp-hms.org/google_surveys/19||259||255|
Nancy Ouyang (email@example.com)
July 21, 2015.
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Thanks to www.tablesgenerator.com/markdown_tables, which I used to create tables in markdown (copy-pasting out of google docs).