To foster the use of open-source software, ZPID invited Sebastiaan Mathôt to give a workshop on creating and analyzing experiments with his software OpenSesame and Python. One focus will be the conduction of webbased experiments.
In this four-day workshop, you will learn all of the techniques that you need for running experiments online and offline, using open-source software.
Specifically, you will learn:
The workshop takes place from 4th - 7th August and will be held in an online format. Participation is free of charge.
Each session starts with a short central lecture. This is followed by a centrally guided hands-on session during which Sebastiaan will share his screen so that you can follow along. Each session ends with an individual hands-on session during which you work on your own and receive support as needed. Spaces for the individual hands-on sessions are limited!
Register via the link on the right side.
Everyone who is interested is welcome to participate. Previous knowledge of Python or OpenSesame is not required but it is beneficial to have some experience in experimental design.
4-7th August 2020
|10:00 - 11:00||Session 1|
Introduction to Python
Advanced numerical Python
Building your own online experiment
Downloading, converting, and opening your own data
|11:00 - 11:30|
|11:30 - 12:15||Session 2|
Introduction to numerical Python
Using Python in OpenSesame
Managing online experiments with JATOS
Analyzing your own data in Python
|12:15 - 13:15|
|13:15 - 14:15||Session 3|
Introduction to OpenSesame
Building online experiments with OSWeb
Collecting your own data
|17:15||Social event||Social event|