Data Output Naming


Data Output Naming

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This may be an incredibly easy question, but I'm getting ready to run a two session BIAT study using Inquisit Web. I want to be able to name each generated data file using a convention like [subject number-date-session].iqdat. How do I program this in?



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I want to be able to name each generated data file using a convention like [subject number-date-session].iqdat. How do I program this in?


You don't. It's not currently possible to define custom file naming schemes.


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Thanks. So if I batch import the data into SPSS, I'll have to rely on the subject number from there? 


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Yes. Doing so should not pose any problem under any circumstances that I can think of.


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Great, thanks so much. One other question if you don't mind -- can I export the collected data directly from the provided Millisecond server?


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You can either download single data files or select multiple ones (or all) and receive a single merged file from the server.


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