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There is a [https://www.socsci.ru.nl/wilberth/jspsych/index.html little tutorial] that focuses on usage of jsPsych for Radboud students and employees. It explains how to use jsPsych with the [https://www.socsci.ru.nl/wilberth/radcloud/index.html Radcloud Mini] data storage. It is not a replacement for the [https://www.jspsych.org/tutorials/hello-world jsPsych totorials].
 
There is a [https://www.socsci.ru.nl/wilberth/jspsych/index.html little tutorial] that focuses on usage of jsPsych for Radboud students and employees. It explains how to use jsPsych with the [https://www.socsci.ru.nl/wilberth/radcloud/index.html Radcloud Mini] data storage. It is not a replacement for the [https://www.jspsych.org/tutorials/hello-world jsPsych totorials].
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== Online resources ==
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There are several places where people share their jsPsych experiments online:
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* [https://expfactory.github.io/experiments/ Experiment Factory]
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* [https://pavlovia.org/explore Pavlovia]

Revision as of 11:59, 20 April 2020

jsPsych is our system of choice for building online experiments. It is moderately easy to learn, especially for people with some programming experience and can be used for experiments of arbitrary complexity.

There is a little tutorial that focuses on usage of jsPsych for Radboud students and employees. It explains how to use jsPsych with the Radcloud Mini data storage. It is not a replacement for the jsPsych totorials.

Online resources

There are several places where people share their jsPsych experiments online: