My group column is similar to what is in the tutorial. So I have a column for group, and each row with the corresponding conditions is assigned to either group A, group B, or group C. I tried to copy and paste and align a part of the table in my .csv file here in the textbox; hopefully it stays all lined up once I post this. (None of the stimuli presented like the sentences, fillers, etc are what will actually be in the live experiment.)
If I’m understanding this correctly, the randomizeNoMoreThan with 1A, 1B, 1C etc is just a label of trials, and isn’t about the pseudorandomizing specifically of the group column, where the groups are A, B, C? In my trial type, “con” is for congruent, and “inc” is for incongruent. Ideally, we’ll have some filler sentences and some filler questions, so “Q” means question (but I’ve omitted the question column for space).
The “group” column seems to be randomized already with the randomize(“experiment”) code, so what I want is to find a way to pseudorandomize my “trialtype” column, so the UA_con etc labels. At one point I tried randomizeNoMoreThan(anyOf(“UA_con”, “UA_inc”, “AM_con”),2) (so on and so forth with the rest of the trials) but I didn’t think that was right, because I didn’t think I was supposed to edit your randomizeNoMoreThan(anyOf script.
Group trial_ID. trialtype Stim Flanker Response A UA_con Put the dumplings in the pot <<<<< F A UA_inc Pour the coffee in the mug <<><< J A AM_con Put the dumplings in the pot in the pan >>>>> F A AM_inc Pour the coffee in the mug down the drain >><>> J A AM_con_Q Sit in the chair in the living room <<<<< F A UA_con_Q Sleep on the bed >>>>> F A con >>>>> A inc <<><< A filler This is a filler sentence F B UA_con Put the dumplings in the pot <<><< J B UA_inc Pour the coffee in the mug >>>>> F B AM_con Put the dumplings in the pot in the pan >><>> J B AM_inc Pour the coffee in the mug down the drain. <<<<< F B AM_con_Q Sit in the chair in the living room >>>>> F B UA_con_Q Sleep on the bed >>>>> B con <<><< B inc <<<<< F B filler This is a filler sentence
Thank you again!