Difference between revisions of "Workshop: Python for behavioural scientists"

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* More information: Arne Nieuwenhuys, [mailto:w.vanham@socsci.ru.nl Wilbert van Ham]
 
* More information: Arne Nieuwenhuys, [mailto:w.vanham@socsci.ru.nl Wilbert van Ham]
 
* Registration: [mailto:secr@bsi.ru.nl Meta van den Eng]
 
* Registration: [mailto:secr@bsi.ru.nl Meta van den Eng]
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== Programme ==
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The workshop will be a hands on tutorial where the participants will write an example experiment in Python, using PsychoPy for stimulus presentation and data collection. No prior experience programming computers is necessary.
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! Thursday April 6 || style="text-align: right;" | 9:00-12:30
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| | Introduction to Python, data storage
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! ||style="text-align: right;" | 13:30-17:00
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| | PsychoPy: Stimulus presentation, response collection
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! Friday April 7 ||style="text-align: right;" | 9:00-12:30
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| | PsychoPy: Final assignment, a complete experiment
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! ||style="text-align: right;" | 13:30-17:00
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| | PsychoPy: Final assignment, a complete experiment
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Revision as of 10:20, 24 March 2017

Programme

The workshop will be a hands on tutorial where the participants will write an example experiment in Python, using PsychoPy for stimulus presentation and data collection. No prior experience programming computers is necessary.

Thursday April 6 9:00-12:30 Introduction to Python, data storage
13:30-17:00 PsychoPy: Stimulus presentation, response collection
Friday April 7 9:00-12:30 PsychoPy: Final assignment, a complete experiment
13:30-17:00 PsychoPy: Final assignment, a complete experiment