I ran a prolific+qualtrics study with N=100 and now want to replicate with N=400.
The qualtrics survey is the same, of course (and has a bunch of blocks, so would take an hour to recreate and debug/check).
Do people recommend:
- Delete the data in the survey, create a new prolific project pointing at the original survey.
- Recreate the survey in Qualtrics and point the replication to that?
- There is an easy way to duplicate projects in Qualtrics that I am not seeing.
I wouldn’t recommend deleting the data you have in the original survey because there’s a chance that you might want to take a look at them in the future.
I would suggest you replicate the original survey and create a new Prolific study which is then linked to your newly duplicated Qualtrics survey.
From my experience, creating a copy of a study is rather simple on Qualtrics. What you need to do is to click the 3 dots at the very right of your project name and choose Copy project. That’s it.
Hope it helps!
hi @Tim_Bates , #3 for sure. please post again if you’re having trouble with it!
I sometimes simply make a note of the time stamp of the last participant in the N=100 group “increase places” adding 400 places, from the “Action” menu at the top right of the Prolifc study. That way I don’t need to replicate my survey, and have all my data in one place.