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  • SocUmiss
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    Originally posted by Arman View Post
    Would you like access to SuperLab 6 so that you can use said feature?
    I have Superlab5 and the news piece on the main cedrus site said that it's going to be a free upgrade when released, which it hasn't been yet. However, I'd take it now if it's offered.

    Originally posted by Arman
    Generating randomly selected subsets from stimulus lists will be a feature in SuperLab 6.

    As for SuperLab 5, take a look at the experiment that I have attached. See that although the stimulus list contains 10 stimuli, the trial is only set to present 5 times, of which each presentation is selected randomly without replacement.
    Thanks!

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  • Arman
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    Would you like access to SuperLab 6 so that you can use said feature?

    Leave a comment:


  • Arman
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    Generating randomly selected subsets from stimulus lists will be a feature in SuperLab 6.

    As for SuperLab 5, take a look at the experiment that I have attached. See that although the stimulus list contains 10 stimuli, the trial is only set to present 5 times, of which each presentation is selected randomly without replacement.
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  • SocUmiss
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    Randomizing a subset of a stimuli from a list

    Is it possible to program Superlab 5 to randomly choose a subset of stimuli?

    For example, I have a list of 50 stimuli, but I only want the participant to see 20 of them. Can I program Superlab 5 to choose a random 20 from the list of 50 without replacement?
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