If this template helps then use it. If not then just delete and start from scratch.
OS (e.g. macOS 13.4.1):
PsychoPy version (e.g. v2021.2.3):
Standard Standalone? (y/n) If not then what?: yes
What are you trying to achieve?:
In essence, I am trying to run an experiment where each participant (001-050 or so) has their own condition file. This experiment was originally done with each participant utilizing the same condition file, but I have decided to give each one their own. I have each condition file made, however I just have no idea how to even get started.
What did you try to make it work?:
I have tried adding
To the beginning of the first routine, along with using “$CondFiles/ID_blockgen.csv” as the condition for its corresponding loop.
What specifically went wrong when you tried that?:
NameError: name ‘CondFiles’ is not defined,
I have no idea how to even go about defining the term for it to fill in to understand each condition file for each participant.
$'CondFiles/' + ID + '_blockgen.csv'
Thank you, that helped out for the computer understanding what it was looking for. But then it gave this error:
“/Users/myname/Desktop/PsychoPy.app/Contents/Resources/lib/python3.6/psychopy/data/utils.py”, line 300, in importConditions
raise ValueError(msg % os.path.abspath(fileName))
ValueError: Conditions file not found: /Users/myname/Desktop/Psychopy_NegPosNeuDemo_DenisUpdated Practice Run/001_Condfile_run1part1.csv
I wouldn’t recommend running experiments from your desktop.
You file name in the error seems to be a very long file name straight on your desktop without a subfolder. The subfolder isn’t needed but you seemed to have on CondFiles in your original example.
I’m confused on what you mean? I have typically only run experiments on my desktop and they have ended up okay.
Apologies for so many replies, I have only been working with psychopy/working with any programs in the last few months and am still quite a beginner at it.
I mean that you should save the files in the documents areas of your computer and not the desktop area.