Data-Flow Option #1) Download to Desktop - Upload to Kumu
When we first developed sumApp, this was the only way to get data into Kumu. We'd download the 2 spreadsheets - an 'elements' sheet and a 'connections' sheet. Then we'd load those sheets into Kumu.
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Understanding Your Data Flow Options
sumApp is a tool designed to GATHER your network data in an easy, user-friendly platform. Once you have your data coming in, you need to get it into Kumu so that you can visualize and share it. There are 3 basic means of migrating your data into ...
Data-Flow Option #2) Live Link from sumApp to Kumu
This is by far the simplest and most popular option among sumApp users. Read about how to set up you live link here
Data-Flow Option #3) Link Into a Google Sheet then Link Google Sheet into Kumu
If you want to incorporate data gathered from sources other than sumApp, or make changes to your sumApp data (such as shortening questions so they display better in Kumu), this is the way to go. But you'll need to know some google sheet formulas or ...
Turning Data-Flows Into a Practice
Moving data around is by far the most confusing, time-consuming, mind-numbing part of data-visualization. It's the part of this whole mapping process with the most potential to drag you down a nasty rabbit-hole and cause you to beat your head against ...
Introduction to The sumApp Data Management Tab
The sumApp Data Management Tab enables you to: Export your data in various formats Set up Time Tags in your project, so that you can track changes in your network over time Import connections from one project into another if: You have a Tier IV ...