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Willem
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Hey,


Besides being able to enter the subject ID at the start of the experiment, Inquisit 4 now also allows you to enter the group number, but how do I actually access this number so I can use it for branching purposes?


Kind regards,


Willem


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Try script.groupid (just as in Inquisit 3). Also see the various new properties for the <expt> and <variables> element in the documentation (currentgroupnumber).


Willem
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Thanks, that does the trick (naturally, as your reputation precedes you).


And I have, and it confused me. A lot of 'group' related properties, some being different groups than others.


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