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Hi everybody and sorry for this probably very easy question,

I want to implement an openended question in an already existing survey script and need the openended anwser of the participants in my data.
The openended question works, I just can't figure out how to speficy the data section. S


If anyone could help a beginner out, I'd really appreciate!

Best of regards,
Max

<data>
/ separatefiles = true
/ columns = (build, computer.platform, date, time, subject, group, blockcode, blocknum, trialcode, trialnum,
values.completed, values.Ziel.openended)
</data>
********************
Summary data
********************


<summarydata>
/columns = (script.startdate, script.starttime, script.subjectid, script.groupid, script.elapsedtime, computer.platform, values.completed, openended, values.Ziel.openended)
/ separatefiles = true
</summarydata>


<values>
/completed = 0
</values>


<item Ziel1>
/1 = "Glauben Sie die kognitiven Aufgaben haben einen Sinn verfolgt?"
</item>

<text Ziel1>
/ items = Ziel1
/ fontstyle = ("Candara",3%, false, false, false, false, 1, 1)
/ vposition = 20
/ hjustify = left
/ txcolor = black
/ select = sequence
</text>


<openended Ziel>
/ stimulusframes=[1=Ziel1]
/ charlimit = 500
/ size = (40%, 30%)
/ position = (50, 80)
/ linelength = 90
/ numlines = 3
</openended>


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mr94 - Thursday, March 7, 2019
Hi everybody and sorry for this probably very easy question,

I want to implement an openended question in an already existing survey script and need the openended anwser of the participants in my data.
The openended question works, I just can't figure out how to speficy the data section. S


If anyone could help a beginner out, I'd really appreciate!

Best of regards,
Max

<data>
/ separatefiles = true
/ columns = (build, computer.platform, date, time, subject, group, blockcode, blocknum, trialcode, trialnum,
values.completed, values.Ziel.openended)
</data>
********************
Summary data
********************


<summarydata>
/columns = (script.startdate, script.starttime, script.subjectid, script.groupid, script.elapsedtime, computer.platform, values.completed, openended, values.Ziel.openended)
/ separatefiles = true
</summarydata>


<values>
/completed = 0
</values>


<item Ziel1>
/1 = "Glauben Sie die kognitiven Aufgaben haben einen Sinn verfolgt?"
</item>

<text Ziel1>
/ items = Ziel1
/ fontstyle = ("Candara",3%, false, false, false, false, 1, 1)
/ vposition = 20
/ hjustify = left
/ txcolor = black
/ select = sequence
</text>


<openended Ziel>
/ stimulusframes=[1=Ziel1]
/ charlimit = 500
/ size = (40%, 30%)
/ position = (50, 80)
/ linelength = 90
/ numlines = 3
</openended>


In the raw data file, log a response column and/or the <openended>'s response property:

<data>
/ separatefiles = true
/ columns = (build, computer.platform, date, time, subject, group, blockcode, blocknum, trialcode, trialnum,
values.completed, response, openended.ziel.response)
</data>

In the summary data file, log the <openended>'s response property:

<summarydata>
/columns = (script.startdate, script.starttime, script.subjectid, script.groupid, script.elapsedtime, computer.platform, values.completed, openended.ziel.response)
/ separatefiles = true
</summarydata>


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That did the trick,
thanks so much for your help!

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