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online batch question

https://www.millisecond.com/forums/Topic5694.aspx

By dan finkel - 2/27/2011

hi,


i have an experiment with 12 conditions (each a separate script) - is it possible using inquisit online to upload all the scripts, then set up the experiment using a batch so that i can determine which one is run by entering my own subject ID's?


thanks,


dan

By Dave - 2/27/2011

Yes. See e.g. http://www.millisecond.com/forums/Topic4937.aspx#4937.


~.D.

By dan finkel - 2/27/2011

thanks for the quick response, dave - just to be sure i understand this:


using this:  


<batch GroupA>
/ subjects = (1 of 12)
/ file = "1.exp"
</batch>


<batch GroupB>
/ subjects = (2 of 12)
/ file = "2.exp"
</batch>


<batch GroupC>
/ subjects = (2 of 12)
/ file = "3.exp"
</batch>


<batch GroupD>
/ subjects = (4 of 12)
/ file = "4.exp"
</batch>


<batch GroupE>
/ subjects = (5 of 12)
/ file = "5.exp"
</batch>


<batch GroupF>
/ subjects = (6 of 12)
/ file = "6.exp"
</batch>


<batch GroupG>
/ subjects = (7 of 12)
/ file = "7.exp"
</batch>


<batch GroupH>
/ subjects = (8 of 12)
/ file = "8.exp"
</batch>


<batch GroupI>
/ subjects = (9 of 12)
/ file = "9.exp"
</batch>


I can then enter subject ID"s that end in the appropriate number (ends in 1 for GroupA, 2 for GroupB, etc...)  only thing that's confusing is what happens once after 9 or GroupI - how do i enter subject ID's for 10, 11, 12 that won't refer back to 1 and 2?


thanks,


dan