Hi Nelly, in your CSV file you need to use record identifiers that will 
allow you to break apart the samples the way you want.  I recently did a 
project where I used the following:

etc, there were about 50 of these subjects/timepoints.  

The subject is identified as 003, 020, etc and the timepoint we added as 
the final digit, 1 or 2.

When using the Extract Classifier from ID string you'd specify the 
characters (from the left, subject starts as character 4-6) and timepoint 
would start and end at character 7.  

I hope that helps.

On Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 9:42:21 AM UTC-4, Nelly wrote:
> Dear All,
> Kindly assist.
> I am trying to generate CVA but this is not possible because initially i 
> didn't ectract classifiers.
> This is because my data appeared as numbers from1-70 in morphoj instead of 
> sample ids that were in the .jpg file.
> As shown below i.e 0,1,2,3.....79.
> Therefore i could not classify.
> How can this be corrected so that i have the full names instead of numbers 
> in the classifier column.
> Kindly assist.
> Nelly Ndungu

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