Displaying Reaction Times in a Table Format


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Hello!

We are running a reaction time experiment where participants respond to different stimuli by pressing either the left or right arrow key.
At the end of the experiment, we display the reaction time and percentage of correct responses for each stimulus.
Currently, this information is displayed on an instruction page written in sentences with expression elements displaying the RTs and correct responses, however, we would like to display this in a table to make it easier to read.

Does anyone know how to format it such that the feedback information is displayed in a table?

Thank you!
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EllieP - 8/5/2020
Hello!

We are running a reaction time experiment where participants respond to different stimuli by pressing either the left or right arrow key.
At the end of the experiment, we display the reaction time and percentage of correct responses for each stimulus.
Currently, this information is displayed on an instruction page written in sentences with expression elements displaying the RTs and correct responses, however, we would like to display this in a table to make it easier to read.

Does anyone know how to format it such that the feedback information is displayed in a table?

Thank you!

Create a HTML page with a table formatted to your liking ( https://www.w3schools.com/html/html_tables.asp ), present that HTML page as the instruction page (cf. <htmlpage>). Having it display the text / metrics you want works the same way as with a regular instruction page.

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