Jane,
I did, and still returned an error. Also, I TRIMed and multiplied the
values by 1 in my spreadsheet to make sure they were integers. I copied the
values from the spreadsheet both as a .csv and as an excel spreadsheet.
I also copied into a word document to verify that there were TAB
characters. It still returned an error.

David


*David Lowe | The New York Public Library**Specialist II, Photography
Collection*

*Photographers' Identities Catalog <http://pic.nypl.org>*

On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 1:44 PM, Jane Darnell <jane...@gmail.com> wrote:

> did you try it with quotes? Looks like your property is numeric, but I
> think this doesn't matter for quick statements input
>
> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 1:22 PM, David Lowe <davidl...@nypl.org> wrote:
>
>> Sjoerd,
>>
>> No these are unique identifiers in Photographers' Identities Catalog
>> <http://pic.nypl.org/constituents/1946>.
>>
>> David
>>
>>
>> *David Lowe | The New York Public Library**Specialist II, Photography
>> Collection*
>>
>> *Photographers' Identities Catalog <http://pic.nypl.org>*
>>
>> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 1:11 PM, Sjoerd de Bruin <sjoerddebr...@me.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Are these dates? Be sure to note them down in UNIX timestamp format, as
>>> explained on the first version of QuickStatements.
>>>
>>> Op 9 aug. 2017 om 18:52 heeft David Lowe <davidl...@nypl.org> het
>>> volgende geschreven:
>>>
>>> I'm getting 100% "invalid snak." errors when I run quickstatement
>>> (version 1 and 2).
>>> It's been awhile since I used it, so I did a single statement, which
>>> worked, then 10 or so, which also worked. I did 100 statements & spot
>>> checked a couple of them, which seemed to work. I tried 500 and it didn't
>>> (I hadn't noticed the error log beneath the HOWTO until this point). I
>>> switched to version 2, and can't update with that either. I can manually
>>> update the same records, but something's gone wrong with my use of
>>> quickstatements. Magnus, someone help?
>>> I'm copy & pasting from Excel:
>>>
>>> Q6272416 P2750 1946
>>> Q64714 P2750 1956
>>> Q5301725 P2750 1976
>>> Q18356603 P2750 2010
>>>
>>> etc.
>>>
>>> Many thanks in advance (love this tool).
>>>
>>> David
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> *David Lowe | The New York Public Library**Specialist II, Photography
>>> Collection*
>>>
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