So I got this project that i need to start working on where they need better control and filtering of their answers on Google Forms, so I want all of the submissions to be saved in a DB. My initial worry from the start is that the database is gonna be really hard to set up. There are like 25 pages of it with 4-5 answers on each page. It's about documenting cases of violence. Any ideas would be much appreciated.
Good question. Google Forms data can definitely be posted into a database, but I'm not sure what tools are available off-the-shelf for constructing a SQL schema for them.
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Either way there is a lot of manual labor involved I guess... In each case I'll have to manually map the values with types or get them as Strings and parse them when getting them back which would slow down the process. Sigh...
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