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  1. #1
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    Run Multiple DirectRt file with MediaLab

    Hello:

    I have successfully programmed several neuropsychological tests with DirectRT and love the program.

    I now want to use MediaLab to present all the DirectRT csv files one after the other instead of re-entering the subject number for each task. Is this possible? If so, how?

    I tried to use MediaLab to do this unsuccessfully. I keep getting a message stating "The requested experiment contains no questionnaire files. At least one non-empty questionnaire file is required." What does that mean?

    Thanks for any help.

    -Joe
    Last edited by jarvis24; 03-23-2006 at 11:28 AM.

  2. #2
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    Hi Joe,

    It literally means you need to have at least one MediaLab questionnaire (aka .que file) in your experiment. This might be a simple post-test or if you do not need to ask any questions, just throw in a dummy questionnaire like the self-esteem questionnaire that comes as part of the basic MediaLab sample and delete all but one of the items like the "thanks for coming" screen.

    Hope that helps!
    Blair

    ps., thanks for the thumbs up on DirectRT

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