Yes. There are no limits on the number of participants who can run your Inquisit Web experiment, simultaneously or otherwise.
Yes. There are no limits on the number of devices that can run your Inquisit Web experiment.
Yes. There are no limits on the number of tests that be administered in your Inquisit Web experiment.
No. An Inquisit Web experiment can consist of batteries of tests and can accommodate a wide range of experimental designs, including between-subject variations, clinical trials, and longitudinal studies with different tests administered at different phases.
No. When you are ready to start your license, you can do so by logging into your account and clicking the start link for the license.
No. Inquisit Lab is used for a) in-person testing on dedicated computers, and b) programming or customizing tests. If neither situation applies to you, you do NOT need an Inquisit Lab license to run online experiments. You only need an Inquisit Web license.
Your data will remain available in your account for download for 5 years unless you delete them before that. After 5 years, they will be archived and can be retrieved for a fee.
Yes, please see our help topic on using Inquisit with 3rd party online packages
Perpetual license do not expire, so you may continue using them as long as you like. Perpetual licenses include 3 years of free updates, after which you can optionally renew them if your require further updates.
No. However, you can see how your script will run as well as the data output using the free-trial for Inquisit Lab. The test administration and data output are exactly the same with Inquisit Web and Inquisit Lab. You can see how Inquisit Web runs tests by visiting our test library and clicking the "Run Demo" link for a give test.
No. Shorter licenses can be extended to longer licenses for the difference in price of the two licenses. The start date of the longer license will be set to the start date of the original shorter license.
No, Inquisit Lab supports running experiments locally on dedicated Windows and Mac computers. To run remote experiments, use Inquisit Web.
No, Inquisit Lab supports running experiments only on Windows and Mac. To run on mobile devices, use Inquisit Web.
No. A perpetual lab license does not expire, so you may continue using it as long as you like. The license includes 3 years of free updates, after which you can optionally renew if you'd like receive to further updates.
Yes, simply fill out our transfer request form online . We'll then credit your account with additional keys for use in the transfer. If the previous machine is still functional, please uninstall the old copy before registering Inquisit on the new computer.
No, once you've purchased a primary license, any future licenses of that same version and type purchased under your account will be billed at the less expensive "Additional License" rate. When using the online order form, be sure to provide the userid of your account so that the form can detect that you've already purchased a primary license.
You will need to purchase a license for each computer you wish to program or run Inquisit on: one primary license for one computer and additional licenses for each of the other computers. We do not have developer-only or runtime-only licenses. If you will be collecting data from a large number of computers (e.g., in a classroom or computer lab setting), consider using Inquisit Web instead in order to avoid having to install and register Inquisit on every machine.
Yes. A lab license covers usage of Inquisit on a Windows or Mac computer.
No. You will need to purchase a primary license for each account you wish to set up.
Yes, if those members have the same version of Inquisit as the departmental license. Contact email@example.com for a price quote.
Inquisit Web 6 runs on Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, and Chrome OS. Inquisit Web does not support Linux.
If you and your colleague are willing to share an account (i.e., shared access to registration keys, on-line experiments, and web data), then you can pay the additional license rate and purchase Inquisit on the existing account. If you want your own, unshared account, you will need a primary license. Any future licenses of the same version and type would be billed at the additional license rate.
Another option is to purchase a departmental license, which covers all usage within your department. For a price quote, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Department licenses can not be shared with those who are not a member of the department.
Email email@example.com explaining your situation, the type and quantity of license(s) you need, and we'll try to work something out with you.
We have programmed most of the tasks in our library based on customer requests, so if the task you'd like is fairly well known or well-established in the research literature, it's broadly interesting to other researchers, and it's possible to implement it with Inquisit, we will likely program it for you without charge on the condition that we maintain copyright for the script and can put it in our Test Library for others to use freely. For scripts that are of narrower interest, we offer programming services at reasonable rates. If you have a proprietary task and you'd like to partner with Millisecond, we are happy to do so. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request, including any relevant research citations that describe the methodology and procedure of the task.
Yes, technical support is free for those programming their own scripts. See our support page for details.
Please see the uninstall page for instructions on removing Inquisit Web from your computer.
Millisecond offers a number of technical support options to get you unstuck. See our support page for details.
First, make sure you are logged into the local computer with an administrative account. If you are logged into an administrator account, and you are running Windows Vista or Windows 7, try the following:
1) Right-click the Inquisit icon and select "Run as administrator"
2) Register Inquisit.
Once Inquisit is registered, you can simply launch by double-clicking the icon as normal.
You can register a unconnected computer by obtaining a registration key from a computer that does have web access and then manually entering that key on the unconnected computer. Specifically: