Millisecond Forums » Millisecond Forums » Inquisit 4 » linked probability listInstantForum 2017-1 FinalMillisecond Forumshttps://forums.millisecond.com/Millisecond ForumsSun, 03 Dec 2023 04:05:25 GMT20linked probability listhttps://forums.millisecond.com/Topic16640.aspxHi,<br/>I have a question about generating probabilities of stimuli presentation. As an example, I would have 2 stimuli in a sequence of 8 whose probabilities are as follows:<br/>p(all 8 are 1 type) = 0.34<br/>p(7 are 1 type) = 0.30<br/>p(6 are 1 type) = 0.17<br/>p(5 are 1 type) = 0.13<br/>p(4 of each) = 0.06<br/>Is this possible to program with lists in inquisit? I thought it might be possible to do it using 2 kinds of lists, one for the probability distribution and the other for the stimulus ratio. <br/>Any help would be much appreciated!<br/>Thanks :)<br/><br/><br/>Tue, 14 Jul 2015 16:26:10 GMTGeorgiaRE: linked probability listhttps://forums.millisecond.com/Topic16703.aspxIf you can code an small-scale example up, that would be helpful.<br/><br/>What I need in addition is a clear description of the procedure you are trying to implement. Your original post leaves too much room for interpretation.<br/>Tue, 14 Jul 2015 16:26:10 GMTDaveRE: linked probability listhttps://forums.millisecond.com/Topic16700.aspxOk, do I need to try to program something up briefly and then come back with the question? <br/>I can generate the stimuli themselves and the code for that but for the probabilities and lists I'm not sure.<br/>What specifically do you need to know to answer the question?<br/><br/>Thanks for responding.Tue, 14 Jul 2015 12:58:17 GMTGeorgiaRE: linked probability listhttps://forums.millisecond.com/Topic16641.aspxSorry, that description doesn't give me a clear idea of what exactly you want to do. Hence I cannot tell you how many lists you'd need or how you'd have to set them up. I am fairly sure though that, yes, this is doable in principle using lists.<br/>Wed, 01 Jul 2015 12:03:28 GMTDave