PsychoPy

PsychoPy

@psychopy

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https://t.co/FJw8SODX5M - free, easy, flexible, open experiments in psych/neuro/linguistics Please don't tweet support requests - use forum at https://t.co/hLVO5Eo7B4

Nottingham, UK
Joined on February 10, 2010
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @psychopy and here's what we found interesting.

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Average replies
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Quoted @SamWPsychology

Let's start a thread of PhD positivity! Reply to this with one thing you've achieved/learnt/are proud of during your PhD. We will celebrate together! Mine: Being accepted to present at BPS Forensic conference @AcademicChatter #PhD #PhDPositivity #Academic

writing code in the code component of @psychopy and it worked perfectly without crashing on the first try https://t.co/hGHtcgaemj

People doing online research with children - are you presenting instructions via a video recording? Thinking this is more accessible to young kids, but also wondering if this is excessive and I am just indulging a dream of being a kids TV presenter

With PsychoPy 2020.2 we will finally drop formal support for Python2. We won’t rip out the code that currently works to support Py2 but we won’t be testing new code on Py2

@chrisgorgo @psychopy I have had really good experiences with Pavlovia. Happy to share my knowledge anytime (including IRB stuff)!

@krk1868 @psychopy Hi! my project provides block-wise feedback to participants on their % correct responses, and it does work on Pavlovia. Is this what you're looking for? Perhaps silly question, but how can I share it?

General shout into the void: if anyone has an example of a @PsychoPy experiment with correct-rate feedback that successfully ran on #pavlovia (ie feedback successfully showed up) please share. Can’t get to work, frustrated 😡 ☹️

Is anyone using https://t.co/n0mkqlLt86 by @psychopy to host their online behavioral experiments? If so what's your experience?

@stefanuddenberg @notts_psych @MultisensoryC @annalisa_setti @psychopy Yes! It was actually a fork of an existing project on #Pavlovia ("choiceRT" ), which we then adapted for our needs (adding asteroids...) so it was quite simple to get going and push online!

@mdcvision @psychopy Wait what, PsychoPy VR? That's a thing?

@amy_belfi @candrew123 @psychopy this just popped up in my forum digest - you might have seen it already but posting here because the "do's" and "don'ts" would have saved me a LOT of heartache and time a couple weeks ago lol https://t.co/y80sflylUo

Quoted @HirstRj

Piloting our asteroid blasting game for #SSW2020 #SSWonline @notts_psych @MultisensoryC @annalisa_setti A vs B is me vs. my partner (the videogamer 🧐...) Created with @psychopy and runs in #Pavlovia https://t.co/oCnr85CEba

Doing interactive (dare I say fun?) tasks in PsychoPy! And it even works online https://t.co/k4HOMGQWNQ

If you are using the same component repeatedly in @psychopy you can copy and paste that component using ctrl➡️copy then Experiment menu➡️paste component. #PsychoPyTips

[I am 100% guilty of creating a new fixation point for each routine in the past] https://t.co/Nm9u2tR8Aj

If you are using the same component repeatedly in @psychopy you can copy and paste that component using ctrl➡️copy then Experiment menu➡️paste component. #PsychoPyTips [I am 100% guilty of creating a new fixation point for each routine in the past] https://t.co/Nm9u2tR8Aj

If you want to get your students or peers up to speed with a new, modern stats package in 5 mins, share the @StatsCloud Primer with them:

👉 https://t.co/8LT5xEfHrC

#AcademicChatter #AcademicTwitter https://t.co/WMgEH7hKE0

If you want to get your students or peers up to speed with a new, modern stats package in 5 mins, share the @StatsCloud Primer with them: 👉 https://t.co/8LT5xEfHrC #AcademicChatter #AcademicTwitter https://t.co/WMgEH7hKE0

Quoted @martinasladek

Great talk by @DrDanGurney about @StatsCloud at #ATSiP . StatsCloud is a really nice (free!) online stats software, well worth looking into if you're teaching undergrads who are getting started with stats. I'm a die-hard R fan, but I'm well impressed 1/2

I agree - was very impressed at what @StatsCloud can achieve and how elegantly it did so. Great work @DrDanGurney https://t.co/5HPwNmzQOy

Working on themes for the next Psychopy release has got me thinking about colour schemes in code editors - what's everyone's preferences? I go for light mode whenever I can and I like minimal colour schemes - I find too many colours distracting.

@BAs_Who_Code, if you're looking for an open source platform to create and host your experiments on, then @psychopy is the place to go. And to get you started, I've built the most widely used schedules of reinforcement here: https://t.co/j7Xm18S7CF

So impressed that my PhD student, @Sue_aPhdStudent, has set up an online version of the latent inhibition task described by Granger et al. (2016) using @psychopy. Jolly happy to see that this task (which uses a RT measure) worked on line too! https://t.co/OYBfdVYtkb

Test your visuospatial memory and contribute to our research on how our memory deals with retention of visually complex stimuli. The task is available on @psychopy's Pavlovia in English, Chinese, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Hungarian. https://t.co/ErVmjHZnDQ

Great post on the forum about inserting custom JS (e.g. jQuery forms) in PsychoPy/PsychoJS Provided with detailed instructions and a template study on Pavlovia that you can fork and build from! I love the way our community helps itself! :-) https://t.co/6lcMAmJcvi

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