#1 by Anwesha
Hi there, Hope you are well. I have a group treatment in which I randomly allocate players into groups. I am a bit worried about the codes I have. Can I use itertools.cycle along with group_randomly()? Unfortunately, my Uni doesn't have a lab and I am unable to open multiple links in my laptop to check if the code works the way I want it to. My code is mentioned below: class Subsession(BaseSubsession): def creating_session(self): import itertools pressures = itertools.cycle([True, False]) for player in self.get_players(): player.time_pressure = next(pressures) self.group_randomly()
#2 by Fanist
For test, you can just open other links in your phone or tablet, and make sure the devices are in the same wifi.
#3 by Anwesha
Thank you so much.