Can I disable "next" button on openended for a duration of time?


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Bibliophelia
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Dave - Monday, July 16, 2018
Bibliophelia - Monday, July 16, 2018
Hi Dave & other admins,

I hope it's okay I respond to this threat even though it's Inquisit 3, I work with Inquisit 4.

I already got great help from Dave and was hoping you could help me with a similar issue here. I want to disable the Next button (in my case, labeled "Make Decision") until participants have clicked on at lost 4 cells (that is, completed at least 4 trials within my experimental block).

I successfully added the following code, which collects the number of trials completed:

/ontrialend = [values.count_All = values.count_A1Weather + values.count_A2Sights + values.count_A3Price + values.count_A4Dining + values.count_A5Five + values.count_A6Six + values.count_B1Weather + values.count_B2Sights + values.count_B3Price + values.count_B4Dining + values.count_B5Five + values.count_B6Six + values.count_C1Weather + values.count_C2Sights + values.count_C3Price + values.count_C4Dining + values.count_C5Five + values.count_C6Six + values.count_D1Weather + values.count_D2Sights + values.count_D3Price + values.count_D4Dining + values.count_D5Five + values.count_D6Six + values.count_E1Weather + values.count_E2Sights +
values.count_E3Price + values.count_E4Dining + values.count_E5Five +values.count_E6Six]

However, I am not sure where to insert "[if (values.count_All >= 4) ...]" etc. into my code to connect the variable "values.count_All" to my Next button. Or would it be better to use "/isvalidresponse"? My code already has "/validresponse", so I am not sure how to go about adding "/isvalidresponse" as well. I know they can be used together.

I tried adding the if command to the following line but it only influences the concat, not that the participant is being send to the next page:

/ontrialend = [if (trial.decisionboard.response == "finish" && values.count_All >= 4) {values.viewingorder = concat(values.viewingorder, "decision")}]

I'm attaching the code. I'm sure this is easy to fix, I just can't seem to figure it out.

Thanks again so much! This forum is a lifesaver!

Best,
Julia




Yes, you will need to use /isvalidiresponse for this. You cannot handle this with /ontrialend.

Hi there,

sorry for asking yet again but for me, neither /isvalidresponse nor /iscorrectresponse works for me.

When I set /isvalidresponse  = [values.count_All >= 4], nothing can be clicked or interacted with. I cannot move forward and need to end the task with Control + Q.
When I set /iscorrectresponse  = [values.count_All >= 4], I can interact with everything but will be able to move forward without completing at least 4 trials.

I am certain this must be easy to accomplish, so what am I doing wrong?

Thank you again,
Julia

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Bibliophelia - Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Dave - Monday, July 16, 2018
Bibliophelia - Monday, July 16, 2018
Hi Dave & other admins,

I hope it's okay I respond to this threat even though it's Inquisit 3, I work with Inquisit 4.

I already got great help from Dave and was hoping you could help me with a similar issue here. I want to disable the Next button (in my case, labeled "Make Decision") until participants have clicked on at lost 4 cells (that is, completed at least 4 trials within my experimental block).

I successfully added the following code, which collects the number of trials completed:

/ontrialend = [values.count_All = values.count_A1Weather + values.count_A2Sights + values.count_A3Price + values.count_A4Dining + values.count_A5Five + values.count_A6Six + values.count_B1Weather + values.count_B2Sights + values.count_B3Price + values.count_B4Dining + values.count_B5Five + values.count_B6Six + values.count_C1Weather + values.count_C2Sights + values.count_C3Price + values.count_C4Dining + values.count_C5Five + values.count_C6Six + values.count_D1Weather + values.count_D2Sights + values.count_D3Price + values.count_D4Dining + values.count_D5Five + values.count_D6Six + values.count_E1Weather + values.count_E2Sights +
values.count_E3Price + values.count_E4Dining + values.count_E5Five +values.count_E6Six]

However, I am not sure where to insert "[if (values.count_All >= 4) ...]" etc. into my code to connect the variable "values.count_All" to my Next button. Or would it be better to use "/isvalidresponse"? My code already has "/validresponse", so I am not sure how to go about adding "/isvalidresponse" as well. I know they can be used together.

I tried adding the if command to the following line but it only influences the concat, not that the participant is being send to the next page:

/ontrialend = [if (trial.decisionboard.response == "finish" && values.count_All >= 4) {values.viewingorder = concat(values.viewingorder, "decision")}]

I'm attaching the code. I'm sure this is easy to fix, I just can't seem to figure it out.

Thanks again so much! This forum is a lifesaver!

Best,
Julia




Yes, you will need to use /isvalidiresponse for this. You cannot handle this with /ontrialend.

Hi there,

sorry for asking yet again but for me, neither /isvalidresponse nor /iscorrectresponse works for me.

When I set /isvalidresponse  = [values.count_All >= 4], nothing can be clicked or interacted with. I cannot move forward and need to end the task with Control + Q.
When I set /iscorrectresponse  = [values.count_All >= 4], I can interact with everything but will be able to move forward without completing at least 4 trials.

I am certain this must be easy to accomplish, so what am I doing wrong?

Thank you again,
Julia

In case somebody finds my post, I finally figured out how to do this!

1) I made a mistake in going through /ontrialend. Instead, I made sure that whenever I started a new trial (in my case, every trial was opening a pop-up box with information), my values.count_All variable was += 1. This variable counted my condition - how many pieces of information every participant had looked at.

2) I added a new branch to my experiment:

/branch = [if (trial.decisionboard.response == "finish" && values.count_All < 4) trial.decisionboard]

This branch forces participants to go back to my decision board unless they have opened at least four boxes with information.





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