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Hello,

I would like to write a script that creates a new cell with an onset of 45 seconds after the onset of a cell in that column.

The column is called "task_start" with the code "start." It currently only has one cell that marks the onset of the task.

I would like to create a new cell in that column with an onset of 45 seconds after the existing cell onset and an offset of 95 seconds after the existing cell onset. I would like the code for this cell to be marked "time2" Is this possible?

Thank you!

asked 30 Jun '17, 13:23

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katethorson
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Here's a code snippet that should do what you want.


require 'Datavyu_API.rb'

task_column = get_column('task_start')
task_cell = task_column.cells.first()
ncell = task_column.new_cell()
ncell.onset = task_cell.onset + 45000
ncell.offset = task_cell.onset + 95000
ncell.start = 'time2'
set_column(task_column)
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answered 30 Jun '17, 14:09

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