I am relatively new to coding and am starting to doubt from searching this forum a little if I can accomplish my project with AppleScript, but figured I should ask.
I am hoping to design a game for use in a cognitive development laboratory. The game is quite simple:
-Children will be presenting with a banana tree with five branches (5 on the first, 4 on the second…1 on the last).
-The tree with disappear and then the children will be presented with 1 to 5 monkeys (randomly generated or a predetermined order).
-The children will then see the tree again and click on the branch that will “feed” the presented monkeys.
then: move on
else: present chosen branch and monkeys on same page
repeat until correct
Could this be supported on AppleScript? So far, I can’t even get my code to recognize an image file.
I’m also trying to record their performance in real-time. Would that be possible? I’ve figured out how to put some of the information (such as their name, etc) in a text file, but would prefer this to be put into Excel (I’ve figured out how to make a new sheet). I suppose I could have the data saved in a text file and imported into Excel. That might be easier.