Dynamic filename using Subject ID and Group ID


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Q: How do you include the subject ID and/or Group ID in the output filename?

I've seen hints but no explicit documentation. Dave recommends looking at this file but it is a dead link. See Multi-Language IAT if you would like to fix the link. There is a wishlist where filenames with Subject ID is explicitly requested and recognized as a great idea but no further follow-up is provided.

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> Q: How do you include the subject ID and/or Group ID in the output filename?

If you set the /separatefiles attribute to true in your <data> / <summarydata> element, the subject id will be part of the file name.

> Dave recommends looking at this file but it is a dead link. See Multi-Language IAT if you would like to fix the link.

Deals with an entirely different issue: *Displaying* a certain stimulus (e.g. a specific picture file) based on the subject id. It has nothing to do with naming the output (i.e. data) file.

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