I have a randomization question I couldn't find answered earlier in the forums. I have three tasks that I have participants performing in a random order. I have implemented this as follows:
/ blocks = [1-3=noreplace(dilute, latency, choice)]
This would be well and good, but the issue is that have three versions of each block that need to be coded separately.
Thus, I have three versions of the "dilute" block, three versions of the "latency" block, and three versions of the "choice" block. They are coded separately because they are all substantively different. Because we don't need these fully crossed, our experimental design allows us to reduce this to just "three paths" through the study.
1. dilute_1, latency_2 , choice_3
2. dilute_3, latency_1, choice_2
3. dilute_2, latency_3, choice_1
To reiterate, that is 9 blocks with three "paths."
I therefore wrote three versions of the experiment command. Is there a way to have inquisit3 randomly each participant into one of these three paths at the start of the study?
/ blocks = [1-3=noreplace(dilute1, latency2, choice3)]
/ blocks = [1-3=noreplace(dilute3, latency1, choice2)]
/ blocks = [1-3=noreplace(dilute2, latency3, choice1)]
How would I code that? I recall hearing that in inquisit 4 there are ways to do it with lists I believe. How would I code this in inquisit 3? Help is greatly appreciated.