import iqdat file into Rstudio


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Hi, I want to analyze the data that I collected on an Inquisit task. The data is currently in an iqdat format. Is there a way to import this data format into Rstudio through an R command?
Also is there a way to convert all the iqdat files into excel format. I know I can export data to excel ones I open the file in Inquisit but is there a way to do this for large number of iqdat files without having to open and save each one of them individually? 
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nidhi_desai - 10/8/2021
Hi, I want to analyze the data that I collected on an Inquisit task. The data is currently in an iqdat format. Is there a way to import this data format into Rstudio through an R command?
Also is there a way to convert all the iqdat files into excel format. I know I can export data to excel ones I open the file in Inquisit but is there a way to do this for large number of iqdat files without having to open and save each one of them individually? 

.iqdat files are simple, tab-delimited text files. Any application can read them, including R / Rstudio.

> Also is there a way to convert all the iqdat files into excel format. I know I can export data to excel ones I open the file in Inquisit but is there a way to do this for large number of iqdat files without having to open and save each one of them individually?

Merge the files as detailed at https://www.millisecond.com/support/docs/v6/html/howto/howtocombinedata.htm , then export the merged file to Excel.

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