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I need urgent help and am new to linux scripting tools. I've got 5 CSV surveys which is similar to: http://www.surveymonkey.com/ExportEx...rtExamples.zip I am using SurveyMonkey.com to do 5 surveys (which ...
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  1. #1
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    HELP: survey data collection & analysis woes :S


    I need urgent help and am new to linux scripting tools. I've got 5 CSV surveys which is similar to:

    http://www.surveymonkey.com/ExportEx...rtExamples.zip

    I am using SurveyMonkey.com to do 5 surveys (which are all exactly the
    same), however it's separated for 5 societies. Results can be
    downloaded/exported as CSV files (as you can see in the ExportExamples.zip
    file). So there are 5 of those ExportExamples.zip (above), one for each
    society am surveying. How can I combine the 5 Condensed.csv files so it's
    one big file?

    I need the Condensed in one big file. Then I want to make a spreadsheet program, or any program, to randomly chose 2 winners/users from the combined-list. (It's for a draw of 2 winners). Is this possible in some program? How can I do this?

    Many thanks
    Kev

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    I got a problem.
    if email1@address.com entered survey 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (all 5 surveys), then when I combine the surveys, is there any way to extract the email address uniquely? eg. it will only take that email address as appearing once, instead 5 times?

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