Inquisit saving data in multiple files


Inquisit saving data in multiple files

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thagregy
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Hey, im currently working on an experiment consisting of multiple <survey> elements. I know that Inquisit automatically saves the data from <survey> elements in different data files, but i was wondering if there was a way to get it all in one file without merging the data files afterwards.

Thanks in advance for all answers!

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The only option to do that is to run your surveypages via a regular <block> (a <surveypage> is a special type of <trial>Wink. I.e.,

Instead of

<expt>
/ blocks = [1=somesurvey; ...]
</expt>

<survey somesurvey>
/ pages = [1=somepage]
</survey>

<surveypage somepage>
...
</surveypage>

you do


<expt>
/ blocks = [1=someblock; ...]
</expt>

<block someblock>
/ trials= [1=somepage]
</block>

<surveypage somepage>
...
</surveypage>

Note: (1) The data format will be different compared to using <survey> ("long" instead of "wide format"). (2) It will not be possible to move back and forth between pages.

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Thanks Dave, that's what i thought, i hoped there would be a way to do it without going through the whole script again. Thanks for the answer!

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