PsychoPy video tutorials

PsychoPy, as I have previously written about (e.g., Free and Useful Software and PsychoPy tutorial) is really a great Python tool for creating Psychology experiments. You can write Python code by either using  “code view” or import the package in your favourite IDE.  Furthermore, you can use the builder mode and just drag and drop different […]

Python apps and libraries for creating experiments

In this post, I will describe the existing free Python applications and libraries for creating experiments.  So far, I have only used PsychoPy but I plan to test most of them. At least the ones that seem to still be maintained. All applications and libraries are open-source which makes it possible to download the source […]

Free & Useful Software – PsychoPy

PsychoPy This post will describe why I prefer using PsychoPy before other software. When I started getting involved in research (i.e., when doing my Bachelor’s and Masters theses) I used the software that was accessible for me. That is, some of the most commonly used software at the department I was studying at. After starting […]

How to install PyschoPy on Linux Mint Debian Edition

How to Install PsychoPy on Linux Mint Installing PsychoPy on Linux Mint was not straight forward.  This is a short guide on how to install PsychoPy on Linux Mint Debian edition. After some searching around on forums and such I found a solution and put it together in one place. PsychoPy is an application written […]

Python script for trial randomization

In this post you will find a Python script for randomizing conditions with constraints (i.e., never 2 consecutive trials of X). This script will in a later post be implemented in a cross-modal oddball task created in Psychopy. I recently started to use Psychopy to build experiments. To build my experiments (mainly oddball tasks) I […]