Data Table/Check Box Input
How is it going Articulate family!?
I'm in the process of finishing a project for my Master's synthesis and only have one little area that needs to be in place before I go back for any final revisions.
Here is the goal, the subject will watch a video and look for certain behaviors within a 10-second timeframe around a target participant. The video is setup and good to go with visual cues at 10-second intervals.
The problem that I am attempting to solve is the data table. Ideally, I'd like a 2x5 or 2x10 table that can receive a "check" if the stimulus resulted in the desired outcome. The video describes the stimulus as "on-task" behavior, so if the behavior is present I want the learner to click the appropriate box (e.g. 2 "Y" axis' with a present or not present and some boxes next to them for the check.
In order to achieve this, would it be better to make a freeform "click all that apply" and have that underneath the movie or input some sort of excel sheet and set up a "change state" trigger for each box?