Randomization with Stimulus Pairs + Incorporation of Likert Response


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Hello!

I have a stimulus set that includes a virtual face (image), which is matched with a human face, with 5 manipulations. I am presenting one of the manipulations of the virtual face, followed by a likert response, and then the matched human face. I want to randomize which of the 5 virtual face manipulations appears, make sure the matched human face follows, and also randomize the pairs themselves. 

I'm really struggling with this, especially since I'm currently using radio buttons for the likert response.

If you want to see how I currently have it set up, let me know! Thank you for your input!!
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erinkb99 - 1/27/2021
Hello!

I have a stimulus set that includes a virtual face (image), which is matched with a human face, with 5 manipulations. I am presenting one of the manipulations of the virtual face, followed by a likert response, and then the matched human face. I want to randomize which of the 5 virtual face manipulations appears, make sure the matched human face follows, and also randomize the pairs themselves. 

I'm really struggling with this, especially since I'm currently using radio buttons for the likert response.

If you want to see how I currently have it set up, let me know! Thank you for your input!!

Please provide a stripped down version of your current script with, say, 3 sets of items ( 3 x 5 manipulations of the virtual face, and 3 matched human face).
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erinkb99 - 1/27/2021
Hello!

I have a stimulus set that includes a virtual face (image), which is matched with a human face, with 5 manipulations. I am presenting one of the manipulations of the virtual face, followed by a likert response, and then the matched human face. I want to randomize which of the 5 virtual face manipulations appears, make sure the matched human face follows, and also randomize the pairs themselves. 

I'm really struggling with this, especially since I'm currently using radio buttons for the likert response.

If you want to see how I currently have it set up, let me know! Thank you for your input!!

Please provide a stripped down version of your current script with, say, 3 sets of items ( 3 x 5 manipulations of the virtual face, and 3 matched human face).

Thank you for your help!

<item human>
/ 1 = "Female-1.png"
/ 2 = "Female-2.png"
/ 3 = "Male-3.png"
</item>

<item virtualBlond>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Large-Blond.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Small-Blond.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-Lips-Large-Blond.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-Lips-Small-Blond.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-Medium-All-Blond.png"
</item>

<item virtualblbm>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-eyes-large-blblm.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-eyes-small-blblm.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-lips-large-blblm.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-lips-small-blblm.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-medium-all-blblm.png"
</item>

As you can see, the human faces are separated and are simply by number. The first two are blond with blue eyes, then blond with brown eyes (blb), and so on. So I was selecting using a sequence (not random, but it accomplished what I needed it to). The virtual faces are in groups of the matched features with the 5 manipulations. I was selecting using replacenorepeat.

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erinkb99 - 1/27/2021
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erinkb99 - 1/27/2021
Hello!

I have a stimulus set that includes a virtual face (image), which is matched with a human face, with 5 manipulations. I am presenting one of the manipulations of the virtual face, followed by a likert response, and then the matched human face. I want to randomize which of the 5 virtual face manipulations appears, make sure the matched human face follows, and also randomize the pairs themselves. 

I'm really struggling with this, especially since I'm currently using radio buttons for the likert response.

If you want to see how I currently have it set up, let me know! Thank you for your input!!

Please provide a stripped down version of your current script with, say, 3 sets of items ( 3 x 5 manipulations of the virtual face, and 3 matched human face).

Thank you for your help!

<item human>
/ 1 = "Female-1.png"
/ 2 = "Female-2.png"
/ 3 = "Male-3.png"
</item>

<item virtualBlond>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Large-Blond.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Small-Blond.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-Lips-Large-Blond.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-Lips-Small-Blond.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-Medium-All-Blond.png"
</item>

<item virtualblbm>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-eyes-large-blblm.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-eyes-small-blblm.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-lips-large-blblm.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-lips-small-blblm.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-medium-all-blblm.png"
</item>

As you can see, the human faces are separated and are simply by number. The first two are blond with blue eyes, then blond with brown eyes (blb), and so on. So I was selecting using a sequence (not random, but it accomplished what I needed it to). The virtual faces are in groups of the matched features with the 5 manipulations. I was selecting using replacenorepeat.

Where's the rest of the code, please, and where are the actual image files, please?

A few isolated <item> elements aren't really anything I can work with.
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erinkb99 - 1/27/2021
Hello!

I have a stimulus set that includes a virtual face (image), which is matched with a human face, with 5 manipulations. I am presenting one of the manipulations of the virtual face, followed by a likert response, and then the matched human face. I want to randomize which of the 5 virtual face manipulations appears, make sure the matched human face follows, and also randomize the pairs themselves. 

I'm really struggling with this, especially since I'm currently using radio buttons for the likert response.

If you want to see how I currently have it set up, let me know! Thank you for your input!!

Please provide a stripped down version of your current script with, say, 3 sets of items ( 3 x 5 manipulations of the virtual face, and 3 matched human face).

Thank you for your help!

<item human>
/ 1 = "Female-1.png"
/ 2 = "Female-2.png"
/ 3 = "Male-3.png"
</item>

<item virtualBlond>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Large-Blond.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Small-Blond.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-Lips-Large-Blond.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-Lips-Small-Blond.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-Medium-All-Blond.png"
</item>

<item virtualblbm>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-eyes-large-blblm.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-eyes-small-blblm.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-lips-large-blblm.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-lips-small-blblm.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-medium-all-blblm.png"
</item>

As you can see, the human faces are separated and are simply by number. The first two are blond with blue eyes, then blond with brown eyes (blb), and so on. So I was selecting using a sequence (not random, but it accomplished what I needed it to). The virtual faces are in groups of the matched features with the 5 manipulations. I was selecting using replacenorepeat.

Where's the rest of the code, please, and where are the actual image files, please?

A few isolated <item> elements aren't really anything I can work with.

It's also not clear at all from those item elements or your description with human face(s) "match" which virtual faces, i.e. what the actual "pairs" are.
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erinkb99 - 1/27/2021
Hello!

I have a stimulus set that includes a virtual face (image), which is matched with a human face, with 5 manipulations. I am presenting one of the manipulations of the virtual face, followed by a likert response, and then the matched human face. I want to randomize which of the 5 virtual face manipulations appears, make sure the matched human face follows, and also randomize the pairs themselves. 

I'm really struggling with this, especially since I'm currently using radio buttons for the likert response.

If you want to see how I currently have it set up, let me know! Thank you for your input!!

Please provide a stripped down version of your current script with, say, 3 sets of items ( 3 x 5 manipulations of the virtual face, and 3 matched human face).

Thank you for your help!

<item human>
/ 1 = "Female-1.png"
/ 2 = "Female-2.png"
/ 3 = "Male-3.png"
</item>

<item virtualBlond>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Large-Blond.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Small-Blond.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-Lips-Large-Blond.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-Lips-Small-Blond.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-Medium-All-Blond.png"
</item>

<item virtualblbm>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-eyes-large-blblm.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-eyes-small-blblm.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-lips-large-blblm.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-lips-small-blblm.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-medium-all-blblm.png"
</item>

As you can see, the human faces are separated and are simply by number. The first two are blond with blue eyes, then blond with brown eyes (blb), and so on. So I was selecting using a sequence (not random, but it accomplished what I needed it to). The virtual faces are in groups of the matched features with the 5 manipulations. I was selecting using replacenorepeat.

Where's the rest of the code, please, and where are the actual image files, please?

A few isolated <item> elements aren't really anything I can work with.

It's also not clear at all from those item elements or your description with human face(s) "match" which virtual faces, i.e. what the actual "pairs" are.

Sorry. The file names do not match the features for the human faces, but the first two are blond, blue-eyed female, third and fourth is blond, blue-eyed male, which is why I was using the sequence in combination with matched virtual faces. I uploaded all the files related to the blond, blue-eyed female. This should be sufficient to illustrate. 
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erinkb99 - 1/27/2021
Hello!

I have a stimulus set that includes a virtual face (image), which is matched with a human face, with 5 manipulations. I am presenting one of the manipulations of the virtual face, followed by a likert response, and then the matched human face. I want to randomize which of the 5 virtual face manipulations appears, make sure the matched human face follows, and also randomize the pairs themselves. 

I'm really struggling with this, especially since I'm currently using radio buttons for the likert response.

If you want to see how I currently have it set up, let me know! Thank you for your input!!

Please provide a stripped down version of your current script with, say, 3 sets of items ( 3 x 5 manipulations of the virtual face, and 3 matched human face).

Thank you for your help!

<item human>
/ 1 = "Female-1.png"
/ 2 = "Female-2.png"
/ 3 = "Male-3.png"
</item>

<item virtualBlond>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Large-Blond.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Small-Blond.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-Lips-Large-Blond.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-Lips-Small-Blond.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-Medium-All-Blond.png"
</item>

<item virtualblbm>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-eyes-large-blblm.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-eyes-small-blblm.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-lips-large-blblm.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-lips-small-blblm.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-medium-all-blblm.png"
</item>

As you can see, the human faces are separated and are simply by number. The first two are blond with blue eyes, then blond with brown eyes (blb), and so on. So I was selecting using a sequence (not random, but it accomplished what I needed it to). The virtual faces are in groups of the matched features with the 5 manipulations. I was selecting using replacenorepeat.

Where's the rest of the code, please, and where are the actual image files, please?

A few isolated <item> elements aren't really anything I can work with.

It's also not clear at all from those item elements or your description with human face(s) "match" which virtual faces, i.e. what the actual "pairs" are.

Sorry. The file names do not match the features for the human faces, but the first two are blond, blue-eyed female, third and fourth is blond, blue-eyed male, which is why I was using the sequence in combination with matched virtual faces. I uploaded all the files related to the blond, blue-eyed female. This should be sufficient to illustrate. 

> I uploaded all the files related to the blond, blue-eyed female. This should be sufficient to illustrate.

What's "Male-3.png" there for then?
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erinkb99 - 1/27/2021
Hello!

I have a stimulus set that includes a virtual face (image), which is matched with a human face, with 5 manipulations. I am presenting one of the manipulations of the virtual face, followed by a likert response, and then the matched human face. I want to randomize which of the 5 virtual face manipulations appears, make sure the matched human face follows, and also randomize the pairs themselves. 

I'm really struggling with this, especially since I'm currently using radio buttons for the likert response.

If you want to see how I currently have it set up, let me know! Thank you for your input!!

Please provide a stripped down version of your current script with, say, 3 sets of items ( 3 x 5 manipulations of the virtual face, and 3 matched human face).

Thank you for your help!

<item human>
/ 1 = "Female-1.png"
/ 2 = "Female-2.png"
/ 3 = "Male-3.png"
</item>

<item virtualBlond>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Large-Blond.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Small-Blond.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-Lips-Large-Blond.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-Lips-Small-Blond.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-Medium-All-Blond.png"
</item>

<item virtualblbm>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-eyes-large-blblm.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-eyes-small-blblm.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-lips-large-blblm.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-lips-small-blblm.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-medium-all-blblm.png"
</item>

As you can see, the human faces are separated and are simply by number. The first two are blond with blue eyes, then blond with brown eyes (blb), and so on. So I was selecting using a sequence (not random, but it accomplished what I needed it to). The virtual faces are in groups of the matched features with the 5 manipulations. I was selecting using replacenorepeat.

Where's the rest of the code, please, and where are the actual image files, please?

A few isolated <item> elements aren't really anything I can work with.

It's also not clear at all from those item elements or your description with human face(s) "match" which virtual faces, i.e. what the actual "pairs" are.

Sorry. The file names do not match the features for the human faces, but the first two are blond, blue-eyed female, third and fourth is blond, blue-eyed male, which is why I was using the sequence in combination with matched virtual faces. I uploaded all the files related to the blond, blue-eyed female. This should be sufficient to illustrate. 

> I uploaded all the files related to the blond, blue-eyed female. This should be sufficient to illustrate.

What's "Male-3.png" there for then?

Just illustrating how I organized it.
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erinkb99 - 1/27/2021
Hello!

I have a stimulus set that includes a virtual face (image), which is matched with a human face, with 5 manipulations. I am presenting one of the manipulations of the virtual face, followed by a likert response, and then the matched human face. I want to randomize which of the 5 virtual face manipulations appears, make sure the matched human face follows, and also randomize the pairs themselves. 

I'm really struggling with this, especially since I'm currently using radio buttons for the likert response.

If you want to see how I currently have it set up, let me know! Thank you for your input!!

Please provide a stripped down version of your current script with, say, 3 sets of items ( 3 x 5 manipulations of the virtual face, and 3 matched human face).

Thank you for your help!

<item human>
/ 1 = "Female-1.png"
/ 2 = "Female-2.png"
/ 3 = "Male-3.png"
</item>

<item virtualBlond>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Large-Blond.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-Eyes-Small-Blond.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-Lips-Large-Blond.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-Lips-Small-Blond.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-Medium-All-Blond.png"
</item>

<item virtualblbm>
/ 1 = "Cartoon-eyes-large-blblm.png"
/ 2 = "Cartoon-eyes-small-blblm.png"
/ 3 = "Cartoon-lips-large-blblm.png"
/ 4 = "Cartoon-lips-small-blblm.png"
/ 5 = "Cartoon-medium-all-blblm.png"
</item>

As you can see, the human faces are separated and are simply by number. The first two are blond with blue eyes, then blond with brown eyes (blb), and so on. So I was selecting using a sequence (not random, but it accomplished what I needed it to). The virtual faces are in groups of the matched features with the 5 manipulations. I was selecting using replacenorepeat.

Where's the rest of the code, please, and where are the actual image files, please?

A few isolated <item> elements aren't really anything I can work with.

It's also not clear at all from those item elements or your description with human face(s) "match" which virtual faces, i.e. what the actual "pairs" are.

Sorry. The file names do not match the features for the human faces, but the first two are blond, blue-eyed female, third and fourth is blond, blue-eyed male, which is why I was using the sequence in combination with matched virtual faces. I uploaded all the files related to the blond, blue-eyed female. This should be sufficient to illustrate. 

> I uploaded all the files related to the blond, blue-eyed female. This should be sufficient to illustrate.

What's "Male-3.png" there for then?

Just illustrating how I organized it.

Okay, this isn't working.

Please spell out, in detail, how exactly you expect selection to work. Refer to any images and other elements exactly as they are named.

Finally, when you provide code, please provide any and all files that code requires to actually run, and please make sure the code as given actually runs. None of that is the case for what I have from you so far.
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