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Import-Export Identifiers list
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Import-Export Identifiers List


In T-LAB a unique identifier is a categorical variable with a distinct value for every document (or case).

A list of unique identifiers may consist of any type of alphanumerical strings (e.g. Interviewee ID numbers, proper names, geographical names, names of books etc.) up to 50 characters long and without blank spaces.

As unique identifiers are singular, it's impossible to perform any data analysis on them. Instead, they are used to identify results in the software outputs.

In T-LAB, through the import/export options, any unique identifier list can be modified at any moment.

When importing data in tabular format, the unique identifiers must be in the first column, like the following example concerning Twitter messages.

In the other cases (i.e. document collections which are not in tabular format) the recommend procedure is the following:

1-Import your corpus first;
2-Export the list of the identifiers automatically created by T-LAB.


3-Edit and modify the CSV file created by T-LAB (i.e. just modify the 'MyIdentifier' values according to your needs. See picture below).


4- Import the CSV file which includes your reviewed unique identifiers.