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BrainStreamExampleSentences

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This is an example of a very simple 'experiment' in which letters will appear on the screen one by one to form sentences. In this experiment, adding a new character to a string is called an ''epoch''. A series of epochs that results in a complete sentence is called a ''sequence''. Subjects can press a button when they are ready for the next sentence (sequence). A flowchart of the experiment is shown below:
[[File:DocsSectionsExampleSentences.FlowchartDocsSectionsExampleSentences_Flowchart.png|841px|235x]]
''Figure 1: Flowchart of the Sentences example experiment''
The easiest way to create all files that define this experiment is via the [.DocsSectionsBrainStreamEditor BrainStream editor]. You can open the editor by typing <tt>bs_editor</tt> in the Matlab command window (make sure that <tt>brainstream_mds/core</tt> is your current working directory). An experiment file (.exp) has already been created for this example experiment and is located in <tt>/brainstream_mds/examples/blocks/sentences/sentences.exp</tt>. If you open this file in the BrainStream editor, the experiment looks like this:
[[File:DocsSectionsExampleSentences.BS_editorDocsSectionsExampleSentences_BS_editor.png|1054px|658x]]
''Figure 2: The Sentences Experiment in the BrainStream Editor''

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