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  1. #1
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    multiple independent questions

    Hello,

    Could someone please help me with the following: I need to have multiple independent questions, each having 5-6 scales, appear simultaneously on screen following a profile picture. Thank you.

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    This requires a custom item because MediaLab typically presents 1 item at a time. You can check out the Custom Items section of the user's guide to get a feel for how it works. There are also posted samples around on these forums. I could also help point you in a direction if you would like to describe the scales you'd like to use. E.g., 1 to 7 Likert. Continuous slider from 0 to 100, etc.

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    multiple independent questions

    Thank you for your reply.
    I couldn't find any relevant samples, where should I look for? In the questionnaire that I am trying to set up, I want to display a profile with a text description, followed by 6 independent questions appearing at the same time. Each question consists of 5 Likert-Type scales. Thank you.
    Last edited by jarvis24; 03-07-2011 at 04:19 PM.

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    Try this sample que file and see if it helps you get started.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Multiple independent questions with one title

    Hi, I'm having the same issue where I would like to have a scenario at the top of the page and then five questions (2 fill in the blank, 3 Likert) relating to it below. Blair, I tried opening the sample que file you sent the previous member but it gave me an error message saying it was in read only format. Is there a simple way you can explain the steps we need to take to place multiple questions on a page? Thank you.

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    Steps to create multiple independent questions with likert scales

    Could you provide the steps to create a custom question consisting of several independent questions on one screen, each with its own likert scale response? Thank you.

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    Have you checked out the users guide--i.e., the section on creating custom items? There is a step by step description there but I'd be happy to elaborate on anything that's not clear. There are also samples in the MediaLab samples folder that accompany the users guide section on the topic. I believe you can also find some multiple likert samples in the shared materials forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jarvis24 View Post
    Try this sample que file and see if it helps you get started.
    Thank you for sharing this. When I run it in MediaLab, I just get a blank screen, where the htm file should be displayed, and a "Continue" button at the bottom. I currently have MediaLab version 2004 - is it because of the older version or is there another problem?

    Thank you for your help.

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