This helper function constructs a timeline where the order of test elements (or blocks of test elements) is determined at run time.

randomise_at_run_time(
label,
logic,
save_order = function(order, state, ...) save_result(state, label, order)
)

## Arguments

label (Character scalar) A label for storing the generated order of test elements. List where each top-level element corresponds to a randomisation unit. These randomisation units may be either single test elements, lists of test elements, or timelines. A function called at run time to save the result of get_order. It should accept three arguments: order, state, and .... order corresponds to the output of get_order, whereas state corresponds to the participant's state object. The default setting saves the generated order in psychTestR's default results repository, under the label label.

## Value

A list of test elements or equivalently a timeline that can be combined with other test elements or timelines. These test elements will be presented in a freshly randomised order for each participant.

## Note

This function can be nested arbitrarily many times.

## Examples

if (FALSE) {
join(
randomise_at_run_time(
"main",
list(
randomise_at_run_time(
"1",
list(one_button_page("1a"),
one_button_page("1b"),
one_button_page("1c"))
),
randomise_at_run_time(
"2",
list(one_button_page("2a"),
one_button_page("2b"),
one_button_page("2c"))
),
randomise_at_run_time(
"3",
list(one_button_page("3a"),
one_button_page("3b"),
one_button_page("3c"))
)
)
)
) %>% join(final_page("End")) %>% make_test()
}