As I wrote in my first guess - ""87%" is not an integer while "87" is.
As long as you have the "%" sign after the digits it will not be read
You can try to read it as String - and convert it afterwards - or you
get rid of the "%" sign.
will surely be read like you want it.
On Fri, Jul 15, 2016 at 2:03 PM, Phillip Money
> Here is the sample.
> LGA_NAME;Non-Indigenous;Aboriginal;Torres Strait Islander
> Albury (C);93%;2%;0%
> Armidale Dumaresq (A);88%;6%;0%
> Ashfield (A);93%;1%;0%
> Auburn (C);93%;1%;0%
> Ballina (A);93%;3%;0%
> Balranald (A);87%;6%;0%
> Bankstown (C);94%;1%;0%
> Bathurst Regional (A);91%;4%;0%
> I had the data separated by commas, but changed it to semi-colons. Neither
> worked. I also change the date to numerical format as in .93. That didn't
> work either.
> On 15 July 2016 at 21:56, Werner Macho <werner.ma...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Can you give a sample of the csv file?
>> For example if there is 40% inside the column it can't be a integer ..
>> Would be good to have a look how the data looks like.
>> On Fri, Jul 15, 2016 at 1:29 PM, Phillip Money
>> <phillip.mo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>> > I have a CSV file with four columns. The first column is text, and the
>> > succeeding columns are percentages. I have set up a csvt file with
>> > "String",
>> > "Integer", "Integer", "Integer" When I import the file into QGIS as a
>> > delimited text layer, QGIS strips out all the percentages. They come in
>> > as
>> > null values. I have tried a lot of things, but can't get past this.
>> > For example, I have tried converting the percentages to numbers and
>> > bringing
>> > them in that way; same thing happens.
>> > I would appreciate any help.
>> > Regards
>> > Phillip Money
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