# Difference between revisions of "Neurobs Presentation"

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This is what this course is all about. It aims at teaching programming skills, which are needed to modify the existing templates such that they meet your own demands. Because this can be quite complex, we start with short assignments, which address one basic and simple problem at a time. They will all contribute to the final assignment in which you will work on an existing template. | This is what this course is all about. It aims at teaching programming skills, which are needed to modify the existing templates such that they meet your own demands. Because this can be quite complex, we start with short assignments, which address one basic and simple problem at a time. They will all contribute to the final assignment in which you will work on an existing template. | ||

== Course == | == Course == | ||

− | Find the presentation workshop documentation here[[Media:Programming with Presentation_2013.pdf]] | + | Find the presentation workshop documentation here [[Media:Programming with Presentation_2013.pdf]] |

− | Find the presentation prereader here[[Media:presentation pcl pre-read_2013_.pdf]] | + | Find the presentation prereader here [[Media:presentation pcl pre-read_2013_.pdf]] |

== Templates == | == Templates == | ||

− | Find the presentation Template here[[Media:Template2014.zip]] | + | Find the presentation Template here [[Media:Template2014.zip]] |

== Designing Principles == | == Designing Principles == | ||

== Code Layout and formatting == | == Code Layout and formatting == |

## Revision as of 16:23, 29 April 2014

## General

Presentation (www.neurobs.com) is a MS Windows based programming tool that allows experimenters to set up and program all sort of experiments. It is the recommended software for time-accurate experiments and therefore supported by the institutes’ (Social Sciences Faculty, the MPI and the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging) technical groups. The technical groups offer (PhD) students a couple of preprogrammed experiments (i.e. templates), which can be adjusted to build up own experiments. In this way, the (PhD) student can efficiently program experiments fitting an technical optimal environment. This is what this course is all about. It aims at teaching programming skills, which are needed to modify the existing templates such that they meet your own demands. Because this can be quite complex, we start with short assignments, which address one basic and simple problem at a time. They will all contribute to the final assignment in which you will work on an existing template.

## Course

Find the presentation workshop documentation here Media:Programming with Presentation_2013.pdf

Find the presentation prereader here Media:presentation pcl pre-read_2013_.pdf

## Templates

Find the presentation Template here Media:Template2014.zip