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please post the code used

Posted by jrgray on 10 Feb 2014 at 16:05 GMT

Thanks for the article. I am a user of and contributor to PsychoPy. The link given in the manuscript pointing to the Open Science Repository worked, but I could not find the scripts that were used to run the tests. It looks like some had been posted at one time, but were taken down in November 2013.

Access to the scripts is important, because it would be useful to know if the same findings hold in more recent versions of the software tested, or on a different OS (like Mac OS X, or NeuroDebian). PsychoPy in particular is now at version 1.79.01, and has quite a few changes since the version used in the tests that were reported (1.64.00, which is about 3 years old).

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RE: please post the code used

jrgray replied to jrgray on 10 Feb 2014 at 18:43 GMT

Here's the link to OSF: https://openscienceframew...

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RE: RE: please post the code used

joesterle replied to jrgray on 10 Nov 2017 at 14:41 GMT

The link is broken.
Is the code still available?

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RE: RE: RE: please post the code used

garaizar replied to joesterle on 10 Nov 2017 at 15:50 GMT

Open Science Framework links have changed since 2014. Our OSF repository is now available at https://osf.io/f2gbn/.

Competing interests declared: I am a co-author of this paper.