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=Installing Python 3 and Psychopy 3 for Windows=
If you already have Python 3.7 installed on your computer or if you want to use Python for other purposes as well, you are advised to install PsychoPy as library.
'''Note''' that for the first two steps in the following instructions you need administrative privileges.
# (skip this step if you have Python 3.7 32 bit installed already and you want to keep it) Uninstall all versions of Python 3 that you installed previously. Use ''Programs and Features'' in the Control Panel. Also uninstall all Python packages that you see in ''Programs and Features''. Remove ''C:\Program Files(32)''.
# (skip this step if you have Python 3.7 32 bit installed already and you want to keep it) Install the newest 32 bit version of Python 3.7. You can download it [https://www.python.org/ftp/python/3.7.3/Python-3.7.3.tar.xz here]. If that does not work, go [https://www.python.org/downloads/ here] and choose the 32 bit installer. During installation choose 'add python.exe to path'.
# Download this [https://www.socsci.ru.nl/wilberth/nocms/python/DEPS3.txt file] (right-click -> save link as...) with all other requirements. Ope a command window with administrative priviliges and to go to the folder where you downloaded it. From the command line type: <br /><tt>pip install -r DEPS3.txt</tt><br /> Enjoy watching, and see if there are any errors.
# Now Psychopy is installed on your system. You may want to make a link that opens ''C:\...\psychopyApp.py'' with ''pythonw.exe'' and has ''C:\...\psychopy.ico'' as icon.
I thank [http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/ Christoph Gohlke] for compiling the individual packages
=Installing Python 2 and Psychopy 2, Linux=
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