## openend

 Author Message ebroggin Esteemed Member Group: Forum Members Posts: 72, Visits: 338 Hello, I would need to put 5 openended questions at the end of a trial, in one page (similar as below) and measuring the RT from the moment the participant click enter to go to the next line, to the next "enter" press.Any clues?Many thanks,Elena Dave Supreme Being Group: Administrators Posts: 8.5K, Visits: 35K +xebroggin - Thursday, November 24, 2016Hello, I would need to put 5 openended questions at the end of a trial, in one page (similar as below) and measuring the RT from the moment the participant click enter to go to the next line, to the next "enter" press.Any clues?Many thanks,Elena You need five elements to do this. In essence:/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ items = ("A: <%openended.a.response%>")/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("B: <%openended.b.response%>")/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("C: <%openended.c.response%>")/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ trials = [1=sequence(a,b,c)] ebroggin Esteemed Member Group: Forum Members Posts: 72, Visits: 338 +xDave - Thursday, November 24, 2016+xebroggin - Thursday, November 24, 2016Hello, I would need to put 5 openended questions at the end of a trial, in one page (similar as below) and measuring the RT from the moment the participant click enter to go to the next line, to the next "enter" press.Any clues?Many thanks,Elena You need five elements to do this. In essence:/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ items = ("A: <%openended.a.response%>")/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("B: <%openended.b.response%>")/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("C: <%openended.c.response%>")/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ trials = [1=sequence(a,b,c)]Thank you Supreme being,Sorry I did not explain what I wanted well enough.I would like to present randomly the 5 words from the list:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"And this is already done. (In the real experiment I would need to present 4 numbers_top or down between a word and another...but I have cut this now just to keep things simpler...I don't know if it helps).I would like to record the presentation order of the words of that list and presenting the corresponding words (that rhyme with the previous list) from list /1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"These words should be presented on the left part of the screen all together from the beginning of the second block (myblock) and aligned on the right with the openended question where the participant will type what he/she recalls (and rhyme with the word on the left). After the participant presses "enter" key, the typed word will stay in that position and will be able to proceed to type the next word.I attached an example of it ("test.png" and the inquisit file).Many thanks,Elena Attachments Retrirval_cues_2.iqx (24 views, 13.00 KB) test.png (42 views, 47.00 KB) Dave Supreme Being Group: Administrators Posts: 8.5K, Visits: 35K +xebroggin - Monday, November 28, 2016+xDave - Thursday, November 24, 2016+xebroggin - Thursday, November 24, 2016Hello, I would need to put 5 openended questions at the end of a trial, in one page (similar as below) and measuring the RT from the moment the participant click enter to go to the next line, to the next "enter" press.Any clues?Many thanks,Elena You need five elements to do this. In essence:/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ items = ("A: <%openended.a.response%>")/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("B: <%openended.b.response%>")/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("C: <%openended.c.response%>")/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ trials = [1=sequence(a,b,c)]Thank you Supreme being,Sorry I did not explain what I wanted well enough.I would like to present randomly the 5 words from the list:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"And this is already done. (In the real experiment I would need to present 4 numbers_top or down between a word and another...but I have cut this now just to keep things simpler...I don't know if it helps).I would like to record the presentation order of the words of that list and presenting the corresponding words (that rhyme with the previous list) from list /1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"These words should be presented on the left part of the screen all together from the beginning of the second block (myblock) and aligned on the right with the openended question where the participant will type what he/she recalls (and rhyme with the word on the left). After the participant presses "enter" key, the typed word will stay in that position and will be able to proceed to type the next word.I attached an example of it ("test.png" and the inquisit file).Many thanks,ElenaThis essentially still works exactly as outline previously. You need to record the order of presentation in a , then you can display the corresponding cues:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"/1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"/ items = wordA/ fontstyle = ("Arial", 7%, false, false, false, false, 5, 0)/ txcolor = (250, 34, 34)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 72%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 82%)/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(1))%>: <%openended.one.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(2))%>: <%openended.two.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(3))%>: <%openended.three.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(4))%>: <%openended.four.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 70%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(5))%>: <%openended.five.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 80%)/ erase = false/ ontrialend = [    list.wordorder.appenditem(text.wordA.currentindex)]/ stimulustimes = [0 = wordA]/ timeout = 1000/ posttrialpause = 500``********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ trials = [1-5 = worda; 6=sequence(one,two,three,four,five)] ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************EXPERIMENT********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ blocks = [1 = Group1_A] ebroggin Esteemed Member Group: Forum Members Posts: 72, Visits: 338 +xDave - Monday, November 28, 2016+xebroggin - Monday, November 28, 2016+xDave - Thursday, November 24, 2016+xebroggin - Thursday, November 24, 2016Hello, I would need to put 5 openended questions at the end of a trial, in one page (similar as below) and measuring the RT from the moment the participant click enter to go to the next line, to the next "enter" press.Any clues?Many thanks,Elena You need five elements to do this. In essence:/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ items = ("A: <%openended.a.response%>")/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("B: <%openended.b.response%>")/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("C: <%openended.c.response%>")/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ trials = [1=sequence(a,b,c)]Thank you Supreme being,Sorry I did not explain what I wanted well enough.I would like to present randomly the 5 words from the list:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"And this is already done. (In the real experiment I would need to present 4 numbers_top or down between a word and another...but I have cut this now just to keep things simpler...I don't know if it helps).I would like to record the presentation order of the words of that list and presenting the corresponding words (that rhyme with the previous list) from list /1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"These words should be presented on the left part of the screen all together from the beginning of the second block (myblock) and aligned on the right with the openended question where the participant will type what he/she recalls (and rhyme with the word on the left). After the participant presses "enter" key, the typed word will stay in that position and will be able to proceed to type the next word.I attached an example of it ("test.png" and the inquisit file).Many thanks,ElenaThis essentially still works exactly as outline previously. You need to record the order of presentation in a , then you can display the corresponding cues:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"/1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"/ items = wordA/ fontstyle = ("Arial", 7%, false, false, false, false, 5, 0)/ txcolor = (250, 34, 34)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 72%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 82%)/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(1))%>: <%openended.one.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(2))%>: <%openended.two.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(3))%>: <%openended.three.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(4))%>: <%openended.four.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 70%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(5))%>: <%openended.five.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 80%)/ erase = false/ ontrialend = [    list.wordorder.appenditem(text.wordA.currentindex)]/ stimulustimes = [0 = wordA]/ timeout = 1000/ posttrialpause = 500``********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ trials = [1-5 = worda; 6=sequence(one,two,three,four,five)] ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************EXPERIMENT********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ blocks = [1 = Group1_A]Hi! Thank you for your reply, it works well thanks!!How now can I make a participant go to the next openended just pressing the enter key of the keyboard without having to click the mouse?Thanks,Elena Dave Supreme Being Group: Administrators Posts: 8.5K, Visits: 35K +xebroggin - Tuesday, November 29, 2016+xDave - Monday, November 28, 2016+xebroggin - Monday, November 28, 2016+xDave - Thursday, November 24, 2016+xebroggin - Thursday, November 24, 2016Hello, I would need to put 5 openended questions at the end of a trial, in one page (similar as below) and measuring the RT from the moment the participant click enter to go to the next line, to the next "enter" press.Any clues?Many thanks,Elena You need five elements to do this. In essence:/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ items = ("A: <%openended.a.response%>")/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("B: <%openended.b.response%>")/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("C: <%openended.c.response%>")/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ trials = [1=sequence(a,b,c)]Thank you Supreme being,Sorry I did not explain what I wanted well enough.I would like to present randomly the 5 words from the list:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"And this is already done. (In the real experiment I would need to present 4 numbers_top or down between a word and another...but I have cut this now just to keep things simpler...I don't know if it helps).I would like to record the presentation order of the words of that list and presenting the corresponding words (that rhyme with the previous list) from list /1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"These words should be presented on the left part of the screen all together from the beginning of the second block (myblock) and aligned on the right with the openended question where the participant will type what he/she recalls (and rhyme with the word on the left). After the participant presses "enter" key, the typed word will stay in that position and will be able to proceed to type the next word.I attached an example of it ("test.png" and the inquisit file).Many thanks,ElenaThis essentially still works exactly as outline previously. You need to record the order of presentation in a , then you can display the corresponding cues:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"/1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"/ items = wordA/ fontstyle = ("Arial", 7%, false, false, false, false, 5, 0)/ txcolor = (250, 34, 34)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 72%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 82%)/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(1))%>: <%openended.one.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(2))%>: <%openended.two.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(3))%>: <%openended.three.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(4))%>: <%openended.four.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 70%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(5))%>: <%openended.five.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 80%)/ erase = false/ ontrialend = [    list.wordorder.appenditem(text.wordA.currentindex)]/ stimulustimes = [0 = wordA]/ timeout = 1000/ posttrialpause = 500``********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ trials = [1-5 = worda; 6=sequence(one,two,three,four,five)] ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************EXPERIMENT********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ blocks = [1 = Group1_A]Hi! Thank you for your reply, it works well thanks!!How now can I make a participant go to the next openended just pressing the enter key of the keyboard without having to click the mouse?Thanks,ElenaThis is covered in the documentation for the element:"The openended element controls the timing and the content of stimulus presentation as well as how open-ended responses are obtained. Every time a openended element is executed, a line of data is written to the data file. The respondent can advance past this trial by hitting ENTER if openended is single line expecting keyboard input, and Ctrl+ENTER if it's multiline or set to mouse input. The default input for openended is mouse input, which enables the respondent to advance by clicking the openended element's button." ebroggin Esteemed Member Group: Forum Members Posts: 72, Visits: 338 +xDave - Tuesday, November 29, 2016+xebroggin - Tuesday, November 29, 2016+xDave - Monday, November 28, 2016+xebroggin - Monday, November 28, 2016+xDave - Thursday, November 24, 2016+xebroggin - Thursday, November 24, 2016Hello, I would need to put 5 openended questions at the end of a trial, in one page (similar as below) and measuring the RT from the moment the participant click enter to go to the next line, to the next "enter" press.Any clues?Many thanks,Elena You need five elements to do this. In essence:/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ items = ("A: <%openended.a.response%>")/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("B: <%openended.b.response%>")/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("C: <%openended.c.response%>")/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ trials = [1=sequence(a,b,c)]Thank you Supreme being,Sorry I did not explain what I wanted well enough.I would like to present randomly the 5 words from the list:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"And this is already done. (In the real experiment I would need to present 4 numbers_top or down between a word and another...but I have cut this now just to keep things simpler...I don't know if it helps).I would like to record the presentation order of the words of that list and presenting the corresponding words (that rhyme with the previous list) from list /1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"These words should be presented on the left part of the screen all together from the beginning of the second block (myblock) and aligned on the right with the openended question where the participant will type what he/she recalls (and rhyme with the word on the left). After the participant presses "enter" key, the typed word will stay in that position and will be able to proceed to type the next word.I attached an example of it ("test.png" and the inquisit file).Many thanks,ElenaThis essentially still works exactly as outline previously. You need to record the order of presentation in a , then you can display the corresponding cues:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"/1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"/ items = wordA/ fontstyle = ("Arial", 7%, false, false, false, false, 5, 0)/ txcolor = (250, 34, 34)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 72%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 82%)/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(1))%>: <%openended.one.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(2))%>: <%openended.two.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(3))%>: <%openended.three.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(4))%>: <%openended.four.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 70%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(5))%>: <%openended.five.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 80%)/ erase = false/ ontrialend = [    list.wordorder.appenditem(text.wordA.currentindex)]/ stimulustimes = [0 = wordA]/ timeout = 1000/ posttrialpause = 500``********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ trials = [1-5 = worda; 6=sequence(one,two,three,four,five)] ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************EXPERIMENT********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ blocks = [1 = Group1_A]Hi! Thank you for your reply, it works well thanks!!How now can I make a participant go to the next openended just pressing the enter key of the keyboard without having to click the mouse?Thanks,ElenaThis is covered in the documentation for the element:"The openended element controls the timing and the content of stimulus presentation as well as how open-ended responses are obtained. Every time a openended element is executed, a line of data is written to the data file. The respondent can advance past this trial by hitting ENTER if openended is single line expecting keyboard input, and Ctrl+ENTER if it's multiline or set to mouse input. The default input for openended is mouse input, which enables the respondent to advance by clicking the openended element's button."Thanks, It works.Just a last thing. When I start the experiment the images on the screen stay there...for instance I can see the dock of the Mac while playing the experiment.Any solution?Thank you,Elena Dave Supreme Being Group: Administrators Posts: 8.5K, Visits: 35K +xebroggin - Friday, December 02, 2016+xDave - Tuesday, November 29, 2016+xebroggin - Tuesday, November 29, 2016+xDave - Monday, November 28, 2016+xebroggin - Monday, November 28, 2016+xDave - Thursday, November 24, 2016+xebroggin - Thursday, November 24, 2016Hello, I would need to put 5 openended questions at the end of a trial, in one page (similar as below) and measuring the RT from the moment the participant click enter to go to the next line, to the next "enter" press.Any clues?Many thanks,Elena You need five elements to do this. In essence:/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ items = ("A: <%openended.a.response%>")/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("B: <%openended.b.response%>")/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("C: <%openended.c.response%>")/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ trials = [1=sequence(a,b,c)]Thank you Supreme being,Sorry I did not explain what I wanted well enough.I would like to present randomly the 5 words from the list:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"And this is already done. (In the real experiment I would need to present 4 numbers_top or down between a word and another...but I have cut this now just to keep things simpler...I don't know if it helps).I would like to record the presentation order of the words of that list and presenting the corresponding words (that rhyme with the previous list) from list /1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"These words should be presented on the left part of the screen all together from the beginning of the second block (myblock) and aligned on the right with the openended question where the participant will type what he/she recalls (and rhyme with the word on the left). After the participant presses "enter" key, the typed word will stay in that position and will be able to proceed to type the next word.I attached an example of it ("test.png" and the inquisit file).Many thanks,ElenaThis essentially still works exactly as outline previously. You need to record the order of presentation in a , then you can display the corresponding cues:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"/1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"/ items = wordA/ fontstyle = ("Arial", 7%, false, false, false, false, 5, 0)/ txcolor = (250, 34, 34)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 72%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 82%)/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(1))%>: <%openended.one.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(2))%>: <%openended.two.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(3))%>: <%openended.three.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(4))%>: <%openended.four.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 70%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(5))%>: <%openended.five.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 80%)/ erase = false/ ontrialend = [    list.wordorder.appenditem(text.wordA.currentindex)]/ stimulustimes = [0 = wordA]/ timeout = 1000/ posttrialpause = 500``********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ trials = [1-5 = worda; 6=sequence(one,two,three,four,five)] ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************EXPERIMENT********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ blocks = [1 = Group1_A]Hi! Thank you for your reply, it works well thanks!!How now can I make a participant go to the next openended just pressing the enter key of the keyboard without having to click the mouse?Thanks,ElenaThis is covered in the documentation for the element:"The openended element controls the timing and the content of stimulus presentation as well as how open-ended responses are obtained. Every time a openended element is executed, a line of data is written to the data file. The respondent can advance past this trial by hitting ENTER if openended is single line expecting keyboard input, and Ctrl+ENTER if it's multiline or set to mouse input. The default input for openended is mouse input, which enables the respondent to advance by clicking the openended element's button."Thanks, It works.Just a last thing. When I start the experiment the images on the screen stay there...for instance I can see the dock of the Mac while playing the experiment.Any solution?Thank you,Elena> When I start the experiment the images on the screen stay there...What images?> for instance I can see the dock of the Mac while playing the experiment.Not sure how that relates to the above unless you consider the dock to be "image." I think you providing a screenshot could clarify. Overall, though, this sounds like a malfunctioning graphics card driver -- you may want to check if an update is available. ebroggin Esteemed Member Group: Forum Members Posts: 72, Visits: 338 +xDave - Friday, December 02, 2016+xebroggin - Friday, December 02, 2016+xDave - Tuesday, November 29, 2016+xebroggin - Tuesday, November 29, 2016+xDave - Monday, November 28, 2016+xebroggin - Monday, November 28, 2016+xDave - Thursday, November 24, 2016+xebroggin - Thursday, November 24, 2016Hello, I would need to put 5 openended questions at the end of a trial, in one page (similar as below) and measuring the RT from the moment the participant click enter to go to the next line, to the next "enter" press.Any clues?Many thanks,Elena You need five elements to do this. In essence:/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ items = ("A: <%openended.a.response%>")/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("B: <%openended.b.response%>")/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("C: <%openended.c.response%>")/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ trials = [1=sequence(a,b,c)]Thank you Supreme being,Sorry I did not explain what I wanted well enough.I would like to present randomly the 5 words from the list:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"And this is already done. (In the real experiment I would need to present 4 numbers_top or down between a word and another...but I have cut this now just to keep things simpler...I don't know if it helps).I would like to record the presentation order of the words of that list and presenting the corresponding words (that rhyme with the previous list) from list /1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"These words should be presented on the left part of the screen all together from the beginning of the second block (myblock) and aligned on the right with the openended question where the participant will type what he/she recalls (and rhyme with the word on the left). After the participant presses "enter" key, the typed word will stay in that position and will be able to proceed to type the next word.I attached an example of it ("test.png" and the inquisit file).Many thanks,ElenaThis essentially still works exactly as outline previously. You need to record the order of presentation in a , then you can display the corresponding cues:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"/1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"/ items = wordA/ fontstyle = ("Arial", 7%, false, false, false, false, 5, 0)/ txcolor = (250, 34, 34)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 72%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 82%)/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(1))%>: <%openended.one.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(2))%>: <%openended.two.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(3))%>: <%openended.three.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(4))%>: <%openended.four.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 70%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(5))%>: <%openended.five.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 80%)/ erase = false/ ontrialend = [    list.wordorder.appenditem(text.wordA.currentindex)]/ stimulustimes = [0 = wordA]/ timeout = 1000/ posttrialpause = 500``********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ trials = [1-5 = worda; 6=sequence(one,two,three,four,five)] ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************EXPERIMENT********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ blocks = [1 = Group1_A]Hi! Thank you for your reply, it works well thanks!!How now can I make a participant go to the next openended just pressing the enter key of the keyboard without having to click the mouse?Thanks,ElenaThis is covered in the documentation for the element:"The openended element controls the timing and the content of stimulus presentation as well as how open-ended responses are obtained. Every time a openended element is executed, a line of data is written to the data file. The respondent can advance past this trial by hitting ENTER if openended is single line expecting keyboard input, and Ctrl+ENTER if it's multiline or set to mouse input. The default input for openended is mouse input, which enables the respondent to advance by clicking the openended element's button."Thanks, It works.Just a last thing. When I start the experiment the images on the screen stay there...for instance I can see the dock of the Mac while playing the experiment.Any solution?Thank you,Elena> When I start the experiment the images on the screen stay there...What images?> for instance I can see the dock of the Mac while playing the experiment.Not sure how that relates to the above unless you consider the dock to be "image." I think you providing a screenshot could clarify. Overall, though, this sounds like a malfunctioning graphics card driver -- you may want to check if an update is available.That's fine now thanks. I have tried with another computer and it works fine.Inquisit 4 Web Script ErrorsError evaluating function'item.semanticA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(3))':A parameter or result was out of range.Any possible solution?Thanks,Elena Attachments Inquisit 4 Web Script Errors.pdf (98 views, 109.00 KB) Dave Supreme Being Group: Administrators Posts: 8.5K, Visits: 35K +xebroggin - Friday, December 09, 2016+xDave - Friday, December 02, 2016+xebroggin - Friday, December 02, 2016+xDave - Tuesday, November 29, 2016+xebroggin - Tuesday, November 29, 2016+xDave - Monday, November 28, 2016+xebroggin - Monday, November 28, 2016+xDave - Thursday, November 24, 2016+xebroggin - Thursday, November 24, 2016Hello, I would need to put 5 openended questions at the end of a trial, in one page (similar as below) and measuring the RT from the moment the participant click enter to go to the next line, to the next "enter" press.Any clues?Many thanks,Elena You need five elements to do this. In essence:/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ items = ("A: <%openended.a.response%>")/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("B: <%openended.b.response%>")/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("C: <%openended.c.response%>")/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ trials = [1=sequence(a,b,c)]Thank you Supreme being,Sorry I did not explain what I wanted well enough.I would like to present randomly the 5 words from the list:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"And this is already done. (In the real experiment I would need to present 4 numbers_top or down between a word and another...but I have cut this now just to keep things simpler...I don't know if it helps).I would like to record the presentation order of the words of that list and presenting the corresponding words (that rhyme with the previous list) from list /1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"These words should be presented on the left part of the screen all together from the beginning of the second block (myblock) and aligned on the right with the openended question where the participant will type what he/she recalls (and rhyme with the word on the left). After the participant presses "enter" key, the typed word will stay in that position and will be able to proceed to type the next word.I attached an example of it ("test.png" and the inquisit file).Many thanks,ElenaThis essentially still works exactly as outline previously. You need to record the order of presentation in a , then you can display the corresponding cues:/1 = "smile"/2 = "year"/3 = "sea"/4 = "peace"/5 = "mud"/1 = "isle"/2 = "tier"/3 = "three"/4 = "geese"/5 = "flood"/ items = wordA/ fontstyle = ("Arial", 7%, false, false, false, false, 5, 0)/ txcolor = (250, 34, 34)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 42%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 52%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 62%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 72%)/ stimulusframes = [1=a,b,c,d,e]/ position = (60%, 82%)/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(1))%>: <%openended.one.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 40%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(2))%>: <%openended.two.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 50%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(3))%>: <%openended.three.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 60%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(4))%>: <%openended.four.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 70%)/ erase = false/ items = ("<%item.rhymeA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(5))%>: <%openended.five.response%>")/ size = (40%, 5%)/ hjustify = left/ position = (50%, 80%)/ erase = false/ ontrialend = [    list.wordorder.appenditem(text.wordA.currentindex)]/ stimulustimes = [0 = wordA]/ timeout = 1000/ posttrialpause = 500``********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ trials = [1-5 = worda; 6=sequence(one,two,three,four,five)] ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************EXPERIMENT********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************/ blocks = [1 = Group1_A]Hi! Thank you for your reply, it works well thanks!!How now can I make a participant go to the next openended just pressing the enter key of the keyboard without having to click the mouse?Thanks,ElenaThis is covered in the documentation for the element:"The openended element controls the timing and the content of stimulus presentation as well as how open-ended responses are obtained. Every time a openended element is executed, a line of data is written to the data file. The respondent can advance past this trial by hitting ENTER if openended is single line expecting keyboard input, and Ctrl+ENTER if it's multiline or set to mouse input. The default input for openended is mouse input, which enables the respondent to advance by clicking the openended element's button."Thanks, It works.Just a last thing. When I start the experiment the images on the screen stay there...for instance I can see the dock of the Mac while playing the experiment.Any solution?Thank you,Elena> When I start the experiment the images on the screen stay there...What images?> for instance I can see the dock of the Mac while playing the experiment.Not sure how that relates to the above unless you consider the dock to be "image." I think you providing a screenshot could clarify. Overall, though, this sounds like a malfunctioning graphics card driver -- you may want to check if an update is available.That's fine now thanks. I have tried with another computer and it works fine.Inquisit 4 Web Script ErrorsError evaluating function'item.semanticA_cue.item(list.wordorder.item(3))':A parameter or result was out of range.Any possible solution?Thanks,ElenaThose are warnings, not errors. This will happen if there is no item in at whatever index list.wordorder.item(3) returns.

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