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Hi there, I received these error messages when I attempted to run the test.


This is the example of the batch file I saved. My intention was to run 2 tests in random order.  
<batch>
/ selectionmode = random
/ file="bart.iqx"
/ file="shortant.iqx"
</batch>

Thank you very much!
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atgoh - 5/30/2024


Hi there, I received these error messages when I attempted to run the test.


This is the example of the batch file I saved. My intention was to run 2 tests in random order.  
<batch>
/ selectionmode = random
/ file="bart.iqx"
/ file="shortant.iqx"
</batch>

Thank you very much!

The files you have uploaded aren't where the batch script expects them to be. For some reason, you have them located down in two subfolders

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/pictureiat_pbma/pictureiat/test_rand.iqx

All files should be directly at the root, i.e.

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/test_rand.iqx

Get rid of the unnecessary folder structure, then things will work.
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Dave - 5/30/2024
atgoh - 5/30/2024


Hi there, I received these error messages when I attempted to run the test.


This is the example of the batch file I saved. My intention was to run 2 tests in random order.  
<batch>
/ selectionmode = random
/ file="bart.iqx"
/ file="shortant.iqx"
</batch>

Thank you very much!

The files you have uploaded aren't where the batch script expects them to be. For some reason, you have them located down in two subfolders

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/pictureiat_pbma/pictureiat/test_rand.iqx

All files should be directly at the root, i.e.

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/test_rand.iqx

Get rid of the unnecessary folder structure, then things will work.

Thank you so much. It is working now. May I check if the group number will be randomly assigned to each participant?
Dave
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atgoh - 5/30/2024


Hi there, I received these error messages when I attempted to run the test.


This is the example of the batch file I saved. My intention was to run 2 tests in random order.  
<batch>
/ selectionmode = random
/ file="bart.iqx"
/ file="shortant.iqx"
</batch>

Thank you very much!

The files you have uploaded aren't where the batch script expects them to be. For some reason, you have them located down in two subfolders

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/pictureiat_pbma/pictureiat/test_rand.iqx

All files should be directly at the root, i.e.

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/test_rand.iqx

Get rid of the unnecessary folder structure, then things will work.

Thank you so much. It is working now. May I check if the group number will be randomly assigned to each participant?



Those are the settings you made for the group number. Obviouosly that's not random, and it's unclear to me why there are supposedly 400 groups.
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Hi there, I received these error messages when I attempted to run the test.


This is the example of the batch file I saved. My intention was to run 2 tests in random order.  
<batch>
/ selectionmode = random
/ file="bart.iqx"
/ file="shortant.iqx"
</batch>

Thank you very much!

The files you have uploaded aren't where the batch script expects them to be. For some reason, you have them located down in two subfolders

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/pictureiat_pbma/pictureiat/test_rand.iqx

All files should be directly at the root, i.e.

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/test_rand.iqx

Get rid of the unnecessary folder structure, then things will work.

Thank you so much. It is working now. May I check if the group number will be randomly assigned to each participant?



Those are the settings you made for the group number. Obviouosly that's not random, and it's unclear to me why there are supposedly 400 groups.
This is the correct setting for the tests to be randomised?

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atgoh - 5/31/2024
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atgoh - 5/30/2024


Hi there, I received these error messages when I attempted to run the test.


This is the example of the batch file I saved. My intention was to run 2 tests in random order.  
<batch>
/ selectionmode = random
/ file="bart.iqx"
/ file="shortant.iqx"
</batch>

Thank you very much!

The files you have uploaded aren't where the batch script expects them to be. For some reason, you have them located down in two subfolders

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/pictureiat_pbma/pictureiat/test_rand.iqx

All files should be directly at the root, i.e.

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/test_rand.iqx

Get rid of the unnecessary folder structure, then things will work.

Thank you so much. It is working now. May I check if the group number will be randomly assigned to each participant?



Those are the settings you made for the group number. Obviouosly that's not random, and it's unclear to me why there are supposedly 400 groups.
This is the correct setting for the tests to be randomised?

What do you mean by "for the tests to be randomized"?
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Dave - 5/31/2024
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atgoh - 5/30/2024


Hi there, I received these error messages when I attempted to run the test.


This is the example of the batch file I saved. My intention was to run 2 tests in random order.  
<batch>
/ selectionmode = random
/ file="bart.iqx"
/ file="shortant.iqx"
</batch>

Thank you very much!

The files you have uploaded aren't where the batch script expects them to be. For some reason, you have them located down in two subfolders

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/pictureiat_pbma/pictureiat/test_rand.iqx

All files should be directly at the root, i.e.

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/test_rand.iqx

Get rid of the unnecessary folder structure, then things will work.

Thank you so much. It is working now. May I check if the group number will be randomly assigned to each participant?



Those are the settings you made for the group number. Obviouosly that's not random, and it's unclear to me why there are supposedly 400 groups.
This is the correct setting for the tests to be randomised?

What do you mean by "for the tests to be randomized"?

I'm asking because there are several ways to interpret "for the tests to be randomized".

First you have this batch code:

<batch>
/ selectionmode = random
/ file="pictureiat_MV.iqx"
/ file="pictureiat_PV.iqx"
</batch>


That'll just randomize the order of the two IATs -- some participants will get MV first, PV second, others will get PV first, MV second. This is not based on group number or any other input.

Then you have the counterbalancing of block order (compatible first vs incompatible first, i.e. two orders) in the IATs themselves. That is based on group number.

Odd group number: Compatible blocks first.
Even group number: Incompatible blocks first.

If you want that latter part to be randomly assigned, choose "Random without replacement" and indicate 2 as the total number of groups in the experiment

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atgoh - 5/30/2024


Hi there, I received these error messages when I attempted to run the test.


This is the example of the batch file I saved. My intention was to run 2 tests in random order.  
<batch>
/ selectionmode = random
/ file="bart.iqx"
/ file="shortant.iqx"
</batch>

Thank you very much!

The files you have uploaded aren't where the batch script expects them to be. For some reason, you have them located down in two subfolders

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/pictureiat_pbma/pictureiat/test_rand.iqx

All files should be directly at the root, i.e.

https://scripts.millisecond.com/foodscienceit/pilot_pbma/test_rand.iqx

Get rid of the unnecessary folder structure, then things will work.

Thank you so much. It is working now. May I check if the group number will be randomly assigned to each participant?



Those are the settings you made for the group number. Obviouosly that's not random, and it's unclear to me why there are supposedly 400 groups.
This is the correct setting for the tests to be randomised?

What do you mean by "for the tests to be randomized"?

I'm asking because there are several ways to interpret "for the tests to be randomized".

First you have this batch code:

<batch>
/ selectionmode = random
/ file="pictureiat_MV.iqx"
/ file="pictureiat_PV.iqx"
</batch>


That'll just randomize the order of the two IATs -- some participants will get MV first, PV second, others will get PV first, MV second. This is not based on group number or any other input.

Then you have the counterbalancing of block order (compatible first vs incompatible first, i.e. two orders) in the IATs themselves. That is based on group number.

Odd group number: Compatible blocks first.
Even group number: Incompatible blocks first.

If you want that latter part to be randomly assigned, choose "Random without replacement" and indicate 2 as the total number of groups in the experiment

Yes, this is the randomisation I was referring to, i.e. assigning based on group number. I would also like the order of IAT to be randomised -which has been done with the script. Thank you so much. 
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