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* Place: Spinoza A.-1.55A
 
* Place: Spinoza A.-1.55A
 
* 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]
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* Registration: [mailto:secr@bsi.ru.nl Meta van den Eng] (registration now closed)
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* Tutors: Wilbert van Ham, Pascal de Water, Arvind Datadien
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* [https://www.socsci.ru.nl/wilberth/psychopy/00intro.html Tutorial] ([https://www.socsci.ru.nl/wilberth/nocms/psychopy/print.php printable version])
  
 
== Programme ==
 
== 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. Before attending the workshop please complete this [https://survey.socsci.ru.nl/index.php/895224/lang-en little survey] to give us some insight in the background of the participants.
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The workshop will be a hands on tutorial where the participants will learn to write an experiment in Python, using PsychoPy for stimulus presentation and data collection. No prior experience in programming computers is necessary. Before attending the workshop please complete this [https://survey.socsci.ru.nl/index.php/895224/lang-en little survey] to give us some insight in the background of the participants. A printed version of the reader with assignments will be handed out at the start of the workshop.
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There is no need to bring your own laptop, but please make sure that you can log on to an ISC maintained computer (beheerde werkplek/ studielandschap) with your university number and password.
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Latest revision as of 08:59, 3 April 2017

Programme

The workshop will be a hands on tutorial where the participants will learn to write an experiment in Python, using PsychoPy for stimulus presentation and data collection. No prior experience in programming computers is necessary. Before attending the workshop please complete this little survey to give us some insight in the background of the participants. A printed version of the reader with assignments will be handed out at the start of the workshop.

There is no need to bring your own laptop, but please make sure that you can log on to an ISC maintained computer (beheerde werkplek/ studielandschap) with your university number and password.

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