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There will be one row for each group, question, sub-question, and answer.  There are also rows for global survey variables, and for language-specific survey variables.  The primary language will be listed first, followed by any secondary languages.  So, if there are multiple languages, the entire contents of the base language will appear first (e.g. all groups, questions, sub-questions, and answers).  This will be followed by a translated copy for each secondary language (with exactly the same number and order or rows for the translated set).
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There will be one row for each group, question, subquestion, and answer. There are also rows for global survey variables, and for language-specific survey variables. The primary language will be listed first, followed by any secondary languages. So, if there are multiple languages, the entire contents of the base language will appear first (e.g., all groups, questions, subquestions, and answers). This will be followed by a translated copy for each secondary language (with exactly the same number and order or rows for the translated set).

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There will be one row for each group, question, subquestion, and answer. There are also rows for global survey variables, and for language-specific survey variables. The primary language will be listed first, followed by any secondary languages. So, if there are multiple languages, the entire contents of the base language will appear first (e.g., all groups, questions, subquestions, and answers). This will be followed by a translated copy for each secondary language (with exactly the same number and order or rows for the translated set).
TranslationThere will be one row for each group, question, subquestion, and answer. There are also rows for global survey variables, and for language-specific survey variables. The primary language will be listed first, followed by any secondary languages. So, if there are multiple languages, the entire contents of the base language will appear first (e.g., all groups, questions, subquestions, and answers). This will be followed by a translated copy for each secondary language (with exactly the same number and order or rows for the translated set).

There will be one row for each group, question, subquestion, and answer. There are also rows for global survey variables, and for language-specific survey variables. The primary language will be listed first, followed by any secondary languages. So, if there are multiple languages, the entire contents of the base language will appear first (e.g., all groups, questions, subquestions, and answers). This will be followed by a translated copy for each secondary language (with exactly the same number and order or rows for the translated set).