Subject IDs


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Hello guys,

is it possible to set the subjects IDs to 1 for the beginning or do they need to be random numbers?

Kind regards,
Nina
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nivong - 7/12/2019
Hello guys,

is it possible to set the subjects IDs to 1 for the beginning or do they need to be random numbers?

Kind regards,
Nina

Subject IDs don't need to be random numbers, but obviously, if you're going to have multiple subjects complete your experiment, you'll want a way to distinguish between them, i.e. a different ID for each.

nivong
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nivong - 7/12/2019
Hello guys,

is it possible to set the subjects IDs to 1 for the beginning or do they need to be random numbers?

Kind regards,
Nina

Subject IDs don't need to be random numbers, but obviously, if you're going to have multiple subjects complete your experiment, you'll want a way to distinguish between them, i.e. a different ID for each.

Yes, that is obvious. I meant to set up the subject IDs for participant 1 to 1 and the second one has the ID: 2, third one :3 .
Dave
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nivong - 7/13/2019
Dave - 7/12/2019
nivong - 7/12/2019
Hello guys,

is it possible to set the subjects IDs to 1 for the beginning or do they need to be random numbers?

Kind regards,
Nina

Subject IDs don't need to be random numbers, but obviously, if you're going to have multiple subjects complete your experiment, you'll want a way to distinguish between them, i.e. a different ID for each.

Yes, that is obvious. I meant to set up the subject IDs for participant 1 to 1 and the second one has the ID: 2, third one :3 .

You can select sequential subject ID generation in your web experiment's settings.

nivong
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Dave - 7/13/2019
nivong - 7/13/2019
Dave - 7/12/2019
nivong - 7/12/2019
Hello guys,

is it possible to set the subjects IDs to 1 for the beginning or do they need to be random numbers?

Kind regards,
Nina

Subject IDs don't need to be random numbers, but obviously, if you're going to have multiple subjects complete your experiment, you'll want a way to distinguish between them, i.e. a different ID for each.

Yes, that is obvious. I meant to set up the subject IDs for participant 1 to 1 and the second one has the ID: 2, third one :3 .

You can select sequential subject ID generation in your web experiment's settings.

Great thank you!
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