I need to be able to present three pieces of information to each survey participant: two strings(each taken from their own lists of related strings) and an image file(taken from a list of image files). For example, I need to show the user one name from a list of names, one occupation from a list of occupations, and one image of a face taken from a collection of images. As it stands, I can do this, but I'm having trouble figuring out how to randomize this so that each participant sees a random combination of names, occupations, and faces from the three different sets of data. I could not find any way to do this in the randomization tools in Qualtrics; I can randomize the place in which name1, occupation1, and face1 appear in the survey, but am unable to have a set consisting of name1, occupation3, and face2 (just as an example). Is there any way I could achieve this through custom code(or if not, through built in Qualtrics tools that I am missing?)
Any advice would be greatly appreciated! If I need to explain anything, restate the question in a different category board, or attach images to help clarify, just let me know.