Inquisit Web - Final page - redirect to a url only if the participant complete the experiment


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Hello,

Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment? If I add weblink of the final page in the "redirect to a url" option in "the final page", it redirects the participant also if s/he quit the experiment with Ctrl+Q.

Send participants to a page on millisecond.com or a different web site.

If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

Thank you,

Elena
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ebroggin - Monday, January 15, 2018
Hello,

Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment? If I add weblink of the final page in the "redirect to a url" option in "the final page", it redirects the participant also if s/he quit the experiment with Ctrl+Q.

Send participants to a page on millisecond.com or a different web site.

If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

Thank you,

Elena

> Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment?

Yes. You can set the defaults.finishpage property in the script /onexptend when some condition is met.

> If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

This is also possible. You can upload a simple HTML file along with your experiment that contains / displays your clickable hyperlink. You can set that HTML file to be used as "custom" finish page in your web experiment's settings.

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Dave - Monday, January 15, 2018
ebroggin - Monday, January 15, 2018
Hello,

Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment? If I add weblink of the final page in the "redirect to a url" option in "the final page", it redirects the participant also if s/he quit the experiment with Ctrl+Q.

Send participants to a page on millisecond.com or a different web site.

If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

Thank you,

Elena

> Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment?

Yes. You can set the defaults.finishpage property in the script /onexptend when some condition is met.

> If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

This is also possible. You can upload a simple HTML file along with your experiment that contains / displays your clickable hyperlink. You can set that HTML file to be used as "custom" finish page in your web experiment's settings.

Thank you, it works both ways! I am now trying to view the survey data in the same data file of other behavioural responses. I have tried with different attempt but this generate a data file with the right column name (the surveys one included), but these cells are empty. How can I view in the same data file the responses of the survey that is included in my inquisit experiment?



<data>
/file = "Data_LEFT_sociodemographic_webpage.iqdat"
/ separatefiles = false
/ columns = [build, date, time, subject, group, blockcode, values.block_nr, values.trial_nr, values.image, values.sentence, response, values.probability, values.wording, values.context, values.colour, values.keypress,
values.decision, latency, values.hazard, values.DecisionPerformace, values.totalblockdecision, values.TotalDecision, values.TotalBlockPerformance, values.totalperformance,
surveypage.ambiguity.response, dropdown.handedness.response, dropdown.handedness.selected, surveypage.handedness.response, surveypage.English.response, surveypage.age.response, surveypage.gender.response, surveypage.ethnicity.response,
surveypage.job.response, surveypage.education, openended.Comments.response]
</data>

Thank you,
Elena






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ebroggin - Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Dave - Monday, January 15, 2018
ebroggin - Monday, January 15, 2018
Hello,

Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment? If I add weblink of the final page in the "redirect to a url" option in "the final page", it redirects the participant also if s/he quit the experiment with Ctrl+Q.

Send participants to a page on millisecond.com or a different web site.

If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

Thank you,

Elena

> Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment?

Yes. You can set the defaults.finishpage property in the script /onexptend when some condition is met.

> If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

This is also possible. You can upload a simple HTML file along with your experiment that contains / displays your clickable hyperlink. You can set that HTML file to be used as "custom" finish page in your web experiment's settings.

Thank you, it works both ways! I am now trying to view the survey data in the same data file of other behavioural responses. I have tried with different attempt but this generate a data file with the right column name (the surveys one included), but these cells are empty. How can I view in the same data file the responses of the survey that is included in my inquisit experiment?



<data>
/file = "Data_LEFT_sociodemographic_webpage.iqdat"
/ separatefiles = false
/ columns = [build, date, time, subject, group, blockcode, values.block_nr, values.trial_nr, values.image, values.sentence, response, values.probability, values.wording, values.context, values.colour, values.keypress,
values.decision, latency, values.hazard, values.DecisionPerformace, values.totalblockdecision, values.TotalDecision, values.TotalBlockPerformance, values.totalperformance,
surveypage.ambiguity.response, dropdown.handedness.response, dropdown.handedness.selected, surveypage.handedness.response, surveypage.English.response, surveypage.age.response, surveypage.gender.response, surveypage.ethnicity.response,
surveypage.job.response, surveypage.education, openended.Comments.response]
</data>

Thank you,
Elena






Two options:
(1) Run your <surveypage>s via a <block> element's /trials attribute, not via a <survey> element. The will be captured in the data file just like any other type of <trial> then.
(2) Log the proper properties. A <surveypage> doesn't really have a "response", that's why surveypage.ambiguity.response returns nothing / remains empty. The things that do have responses are the actual question elements you are using, e.g as in radiobuttons.someradiobuttonsquestions.response.

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Dave - Wednesday, January 17, 2018
ebroggin - Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Dave - Monday, January 15, 2018
ebroggin - Monday, January 15, 2018
Hello,

Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment? If I add weblink of the final page in the "redirect to a url" option in "the final page", it redirects the participant also if s/he quit the experiment with Ctrl+Q.

Send participants to a page on millisecond.com or a different web site.

If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

Thank you,

Elena

> Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment?

Yes. You can set the defaults.finishpage property in the script /onexptend when some condition is met.

> If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

This is also possible. You can upload a simple HTML file along with your experiment that contains / displays your clickable hyperlink. You can set that HTML file to be used as "custom" finish page in your web experiment's settings.

Thank you, it works both ways! I am now trying to view the survey data in the same data file of other behavioural responses. I have tried with different attempt but this generate a data file with the right column name (the surveys one included), but these cells are empty. How can I view in the same data file the responses of the survey that is included in my inquisit experiment?



<data>
/file = "Data_LEFT_sociodemographic_webpage.iqdat"
/ separatefiles = false
/ columns = [build, date, time, subject, group, blockcode, values.block_nr, values.trial_nr, values.image, values.sentence, response, values.probability, values.wording, values.context, values.colour, values.keypress,
values.decision, latency, values.hazard, values.DecisionPerformace, values.totalblockdecision, values.TotalDecision, values.TotalBlockPerformance, values.totalperformance,
surveypage.ambiguity.response, dropdown.handedness.response, dropdown.handedness.selected, surveypage.handedness.response, surveypage.English.response, surveypage.age.response, surveypage.gender.response, surveypage.ethnicity.response,
surveypage.job.response, surveypage.education, openended.Comments.response]
</data>

Thank you,
Elena






Two options:
(1) Run your <surveypage>s via a <block> element's /trials attribute, not via a <survey> element. The will be captured in the data file just like any other type of <trial> then.
(2) Log the proper properties. A <surveypage> doesn't really have a "response", that's why surveypage.ambiguity.response returns nothing / remains empty. The things that do have responses are the actual question elements you are using, e.g as in radiobuttons.someradiobuttonsquestions.response.

Hi Dave,  I have just tried to run the experiment following the option 2), but no luck. I remember I have done it in the past with Inquisit 4, but with this is does not work and I don't have an Inquisit 4 version to try out. Am I doing it wrong? Please see experiment file and data file attached.        Regards,Elena





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ebroggin - Thursday, January 18, 2018
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ebroggin - Monday, January 15, 2018
Hello,

Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment? If I add weblink of the final page in the "redirect to a url" option in "the final page", it redirects the participant also if s/he quit the experiment with Ctrl+Q.

Send participants to a page on millisecond.com or a different web site.

If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

Thank you,

Elena

> Is it possible to redirect the participant to a final web page only once it has completed the whole experiment?

Yes. You can set the defaults.finishpage property in the script /onexptend when some condition is met.

> If this is not possible it will be ok if the last page of the experiment will inclide an hyperlink. Does Inquisit support Hyperlink?

This is also possible. You can upload a simple HTML file along with your experiment that contains / displays your clickable hyperlink. You can set that HTML file to be used as "custom" finish page in your web experiment's settings.

Thank you, it works both ways! I am now trying to view the survey data in the same data file of other behavioural responses. I have tried with different attempt but this generate a data file with the right column name (the surveys one included), but these cells are empty. How can I view in the same data file the responses of the survey that is included in my inquisit experiment?



<data>
/file = "Data_LEFT_sociodemographic_webpage.iqdat"
/ separatefiles = false
/ columns = [build, date, time, subject, group, blockcode, values.block_nr, values.trial_nr, values.image, values.sentence, response, values.probability, values.wording, values.context, values.colour, values.keypress,
values.decision, latency, values.hazard, values.DecisionPerformace, values.totalblockdecision, values.TotalDecision, values.TotalBlockPerformance, values.totalperformance,
surveypage.ambiguity.response, dropdown.handedness.response, dropdown.handedness.selected, surveypage.handedness.response, surveypage.English.response, surveypage.age.response, surveypage.gender.response, surveypage.ethnicity.response,
surveypage.job.response, surveypage.education, openended.Comments.response]
</data>

Thank you,
Elena






Two options:
(1) Run your <surveypage>s via a <block> element's /trials attribute, not via a <survey> element. The will be captured in the data file just like any other type of <trial> then.
(2) Log the proper properties. A <surveypage> doesn't really have a "response", that's why surveypage.ambiguity.response returns nothing / remains empty. The things that do have responses are the actual question elements you are using, e.g as in radiobuttons.someradiobuttonsquestions.response.

Hi Dave,  I have just tried to run the experiment following the option 2), but no luck. I remember I have done it in the past with Inquisit 4, but with this is does not work and I don't have an Inquisit 4 version to try out. Am I doing it wrong? Please see experiment file and data file attached.        Regards,Elena





Got it working. Thank you!



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Hello,

I am also trying to redirect participants to a specific url ONLY if they completed the entire experiment. Is there a way to do this when using a batch file?

I was able to get it working properly with an <expt > file as mentioned above but so far have failed at using a similar approach with a batch file.

jxb
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jxb - 7/11/2022
Hello,

I am also trying to redirect participants to a specific url ONLY if they completed the entire experiment. Is there a way to do this when using a batch file?

I was able to get it working properly with an <expt > file as mentioned above but so far have failed at using a similar approach with a batch file.

jxb

In that case you need to set defaults.finishpage /onscriptend in the batch script.
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Where I am getting stuck is how to utilize an if statement in /onscriptend to redirect them only if they get to the last file on the batch script.

In the attached script "redirect_expt.iqx" I am able to have it only redirect to that url if they get through all blocks using equations in <block redirect> and /onexptend.

But in the attached script "00_batch.iqx" it redirects to that url regardless of if I got through all of the files or not when I put a similar if statement in /onscriptend. I tried to <include > the last final as well but it still isn't working properly.

I hope this better explains where I am stuck.
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jxb - 7/11/2022
Where I am getting stuck is how to utilize an if statement in /onscriptend to redirect them only if they get to the last file on the batch script.

In the attached script "redirect_expt.iqx" I am able to have it only redirect to that url if they get through all blocks using equations in <block redirect> and /onexptend.

But in the attached script "00_batch.iqx" it redirects to that url regardless of if I got through all of the files or not when I put a similar if statement in /onscriptend. I tried to <include > the last final as well but it still isn't working properly.

I hope this better explains where I am stuck.

<include> or <summarydata> elements have no place in a batch script, so I'm not sure what this is supposed to do in the first place.

> Where I am getting stuck is how to utilize an if statement in /onscriptend to redirect them only if they get to the last file on the batch script.

If that's all you want, then it's as simple as

<defaults >
/ quitcommand = (Ctrl+36)
</defaults>

<batch 1>
/ file = "panas-10.iqx"
/ file = "redirect_test.iqx"
/ onscriptend = [
    if (batch.1.currentscript == "redirect_test.iqx") {
        defaults.finishpage="https://www.welcome.miami.edu";
    };
]
</batch>


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