In this tutorial we will learn how to work with Excel files and Python. It will provide an overview of how to use Pandas to…
In this post you are going to learn how to create a simple experiment using the free experiment building software OpenSesame. As I have previously written about, OpenSesame, is an application, based on Python, for creating Psychology, Neuroscience, and Economics experiments. It offers a nice and easy to use interface. In this interface you can drag-and-drop different objects. This means that you don’t have to know any Python programming at all to create an experiment. If you need to know how to use images as stimuli you can see this OpenSesame Tutorial.
Obviously; rpy2 requires that you have both R (version 3.2+) and Python (versions 2.7 and 3.3) installed. There are pre-compiled binaries available for Linux and Windows (unsupported and unofficial, however). In this short tutorial, I will show you how to do carry out a repeated measures ANOVA (rmANOVA) using the r-packages ‘afex‘ and ‘emmeans‘, Python, and rpy2. The post is now updated and you will find a YouTube video going through the rpy2 examples found in this blog post. You will also find another YouTube Video in which you will learn two methods to show R plots inline in Jupyter Notebooks. Make sure you check them out!