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  • in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6334
    iasmaa
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    Thank you so much for your help.

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6332
    iasmaa
    Participant

    Thank you for this.

    If you did not generate your filler items using a Template but still used something like .log( “CQcorrect” , row.CQcorrect ) on your filler trial, then you got NAs because there is simply no row for row to point to.

    ^ so how to fix that?

    This is basically the same problem: TextInput2 is only defined for trial #1, so you need to adapt the code to that. Also, you have two lines for TextInput2 for every participant, you only want to keep the second one, the one for which Parameter is Final.

    ^ I adapted the code and got an empty data frame!

    Appreciate your help.

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6309
    iasmaa
    Participant

    Many thanks to this.

    -I moved (whichtense) also for the fillers MC following the same codes and it works fine. but they still have NA for the three columns CQcorrect, RQcorrect, MCcorrect although I set that in my pcibex script.

    -I also moved choose(for nationality) and choose2 (for English level) and that worked in the correct_which_results but appear with NA in the main tmp ! I do not really know why!
    I tried also to have a column of the groups which defined by the PennElementName (TextInput2) but I got this message:
    Error: Each row of output must be identified by a unique combination of keys.
    Keys are shared for 144 rows:
    Although I deleted row number 10 because it has the same name (TextInput2) of row 11, but that did not solve the problem.

    Sorry I feel that become more into R area instead of pcibex but I would appreciate your help in that.

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6295
    iasmaa
    Participant

    Sorry but I figured out something and I just want you to have a clear picture of this.

    The answers of the three questions that appear in the columns CQ, RQ, CM are the right answers written by me in the tamplate. However, the other three lines under (that disappear after we keep only the dashed lines) are the participants answers and I need both the right answers and the participants answer to show when keeping the dashed lines columns.

    These are the three line I’m talking about:

    OnPaste.20201103-074822

    Sorry to make it too complicated.

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6294
    iasmaa
    Participant

    I think I know now why it recorded the RQ as yes/no question. I did that in my tamplate in correct2 column and logged it at the end of the trial .log( “RQcorrect” , row.Correct2)

    I logged the scale answer too, but not at the end of the trial. So now I have it in my results but when we exclude all other lines and keep the dashed lines only, the scale answers disappear of course

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6293
    iasmaa
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thank you so much for your effort! I really appreciate your help.
    The results look much more tidy now. However, there are still some remaining issue occur:

    – The RQ is actually the rating question that consists of a scale of 4. So, the content of RQ should be numbers 1,2,3,4
    I do not really know why it takes it as yes/no answer question! although I have only one yes/no question, which is the CQ.
    However, the answers of the RQ exist in a later columns under the dashed sentence (it is clearly shown in the results file).
    So I think because we kept the dashed sentences lines only, we lost the RQ number answers. How to get them back and include them in the RQ column?

    I also noticed that the filler items (which include other tenses than just articles) do not have answers for all the three questions (the CQ that needs to be answered by Yes/No, the RQ that takes a scale of 4, and the MC which takes an article), but takes NA instead?

    It also give a group name (C) to all items which is not true because I have 5 groups presenting the five conditions I have (A,B,C,D,E)

    Thank you.

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6281
    iasmaa
    Participant

    Hi,

    Target item: (in pcibex results file)

    1596973404,MD5HASH_EDITED,PennController,17,0,trials,NULL,Controller-DashedSentence,DashedSentence,1,For,1596972359450,For example the_dodo_birds are extinct. ,No,No,No_article,C,465,false,For example the_dodo_birds are extinct. ,Any addtional parameters were appended as additional columns

    Target item (As csv):
    target as a csv file

    Filler item: (in pcibex results file)

    1596973404,MD5HASH_EDITED,PennController,30,0,trials,NULL,Controller-DashedSentence,DashedSentence,1,But,1596972504366,458,false,But Bill sold used cars for twenty years.,Any addtional parameters were appended as additional columns

    filler item (As csv):

    file as csv

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    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6274
    iasmaa
    Participant

    Hi,

    No I already separated them by comma when import the csv file into R. but I copied the example from the original text results to make it clear.
    Is there any way to insert a picture here to show you exactly how my results look like?

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6269
    iasmaa
    Participant

    target:

    1596973404	MD5HASH_EDITED	PennController	11	0	trials	NULL	Controller-DashedSentence	DashedSentence	1	For	1.59697E+12	For example yellow_chair is very attractive. 	No	No	A	C	792	FALSE	For example yellow_chair is very attractive. 	Any addtional parameters were appended as additional columns

    (the second line starts with No……etc. so it comes in the same first column in the cell under the first value (1596973404)

    filler:

    1596973404	MD5HASH_EDITED	PennController	39	0	trials	NULL	Controller-DashedSentence	DashedSentence	1	So	1.59697E+12	442	FALSE	So after Kevin came in Audrey sings a song.	Any addtional parameters were appended as additional columns		

    Here, FALSE comes in the second line (under the first value), So after Kevin came in Audrey sings a song (in the second column)…etc

    Hope it is clear.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by Jeremy. Reason: Replaced MD5 hash for full anonymity
    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6266
    iasmaa
    Participant

    Hi,

    I think I have a problem with the presentation of the column in csv format.
    It appears as I have 14 columns for both filler and target items, and the extra columns come under each item line!
    Which make the extra columns(the ones under each items) disappear in this stage of processing: dashed_results <- subset(dashed_results, Type==”Controller-DashedSentence”)

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6263
    iasmaa
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thank you for the clarification.
    It is more clear now.

    I did not refer to labels when designing the experiment. So I did not identify that the template items are target and the others are filler. What to do in that case?

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6260
    iasmaa
    Participant

    The error I got when trying to name the long line columns:

    Error in names(results222) <- c(“Controller”, “ItemN”, “ElementN”, “Label”, :
    ‘names’ attribute [16] must be the same length as the vector [14]

    as seen above, I changed (dashed results) with the name of my CSV file (results222) because it only works that way.

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6259
    iasmaa
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thank you for this.
    That doesn’t work with me. I always got the error(object not found!).

    I tried to replace the (dashed_results) you used with (dashed_sentence) and the extras with my 5 extras but it still not working!

    in reply to: reaction time results appear in different two columns #6252
    iasmaa
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thank you for your replay.
    Yes I would appreciate your help in that…

    in reply to: conditions in self-paced reading experiment #5710
    iasmaa
    Participant

    All good now.

    Thank you so much for your help.

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