I want to write a batch script which calls five PsychoPy experiments one after another but only type the information which usually is being written in the Experiment Settings as Experiment Info (such as randomization triallist, age, participant number, language, …) once to minimize errors and the number of tasks while executing the experiment.
I already managed to run the lastrun.py file using the python.exe which comes with PsychoPy2 (although I wonder what pyhtonw.exe and python27.exe are for) via the cmd.exe so I see no problem in writing a batch script to call one experiment after another. The problem I am struggling with right now is finding a way to enter the Experiment Info only once so that the information will be passed on from the execution batch file to each of the experiments as arguments.
Is there a way to pass the Experiment Info which is being asked in the Experiment Settings as command line argument to the experiment?
Although I am familiar with the Coder, the experiment has been created by somebody else using the Builder and as I am not the person who has to maintain the experiment I would like to have a Builder solution - anything else would not be maintainable for my study group if changes to the experiment need to be made.
PsychoPy version: 1.90.2 (PsychoPy2 Builder)
Standard Standalone? yes