Data saving


Data saving

Author
Message
Kuba S
Kuba S
Expert
Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Posts: 16, Visits: 1

Hi there,
I  use Inquisit for my M.A. and I had to say it's great tool, however I'm a beginner in it.

While building a one part of my experiment I had a problem with saving data.
Inquisit makes 2 files out of all data after experiment. One is nearly empty, and second one is pretty chaotic for me.[+o(]  It's different than others I've seen.



Can somebody help me somehow with that?[{]
I suppose, I made some mistake in a code.
In experiment I want to have a list of pages with questions in form of radiobuttons, and buttons that give a possibility to go back, and to go next.


And I'd like to know is it possible to save response latency for each individual radiobutton - not for all survey page?



In *rar I attached my script and 2 files with data (with original names).


[View:http://www.millisecond.com/community/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Discussions.Components.Files/12/1007.Kwestionariusze.rar:550:0]



Best wishes,
Kuba


seandr
seandr
Supreme Being
Supreme Being (97K reputation)Supreme Being (97K reputation)Supreme Being (97K reputation)Supreme Being (97K reputation)Supreme Being (97K reputation)Supreme Being (97K reputation)Supreme Being (97K reputation)Supreme Being (97K reputation)Supreme Being (97K reputation)

Group: Administrators
Posts: 1.2K, Visits: 964

Kuba,


Inquisit is saving two data files because it thinks that you are running both a reaction time test and a survey, which have different data output formats, when in fact you are really just running a survey.


You can work either ignore the empty file, or you can work around this issue by eliminating the <expt> and <instruct> elements and simply presenting the the survey instructions using <caption> elements.


Ideally, Inquisit would determine whether any reaction time data are actually produced, and if not, it wouldn't save the second file. I've logged this as a bug to be fixed in a future release.


-Sean


Kuba S
Kuba S
Expert
Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)Expert (1.1K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Posts: 16, Visits: 1

Was so simple.


Thanks Sean



And is it possible to save response latency for each individual radiobutton - not for all survey page?


Dave
Dave
Supreme Being
Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)

Group: Administrators
Posts: 9.8K, Visits: 46K

And is it possible to save response latency for each individual radiobutton - not for all survey page?


Answered here: http://www.millisecond.com/forums/Topic1884.aspx


~Dave


GO


Reading This Topic


Login
Existing Account
Email Address:


Password:


Social Logins

Select a Forum....






Millisecond Forums


Search