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OpenSesame 3.0.5 "Interactive Ising" released

edited January 2016 in OpenSesame

OpenSesame 3.0.5 is the fifth maintenance release in the 3.0 series. It contains bug fixes and minor improvements, and should be a pleasant and safe upgrade for everyone who is using the 3.0 series.

As always, you can get OpenSesame from here:

One notable feature of this release is the experimental Python-3.4-based package. Python 2.7 will remain the default for now (and probably for a while), because several key libraries that OpenSesame uses are not yet compatible with Python 3 (notably PsychoPy and Expyriment).

If you are upgrading from OpenSesame 2.9.7 or earlier, please see the list of important changes in OpenSesame 3.0:

Release notesGDN

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Bugs fixed:

  • Fix catching of unexpected errors in multiprocess runner (#382)
  • Don't crash when entering numeric break-if statement in loop
  • Register 'self' when executing conditional statements (for backwards compatibility)
  • Fix missing py3compat import in joystick
  • Fix keyboard timestamps for older versions of PsychoPy (#381)
  • Show .osexp files while browsing with opensesamerun GUI (#385)
  • Fix rectangular envelope in noise patches
  • Fix too-many-files-open error with gabor and noise elements in sketchpad
  • Remove Python-3-incompatible relative imports from plugin_manager

Improvements:

  • Add unit test for required py3compat import and encoding declaration
  • Show version info in opensesamerun GUI
  • Improve Python 3 compatibility

Windows packaging:

Python 2.7 release (recommended):

OpenSesame 3.0.5
Python 2.7.10 (default, May 23 2015, 09:40:32) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)]
OpenCV is not available
OpenCV2 3.0.0
QProgedit 3.2.2
Expyriment  (Python 2.7.10)
IPython 3.2.0
NumPy 1.9.2
PIL is available (version is unknown)
PsychoPy 1.82.01
PyAudio 0.2.8
PyGame 1.9.1release
PyGaze 0.6.0a8
Pyglet 1.2.3
PyOpenGL 3.1.0
PyQt 4.11.4
PySerial 2.7
python-bidi 0.3.4
python-markdown 2.6.2
SciPy 0.15.1

Python 3.4 release (experimental):

OpenSesame 3.0.5
Python 3.4.3 (v3.4.3:9b73f1c3e601, Feb 24 2015, 22:43:06) [MSC v.1600 32 bit (Intel)]
OpenCV is not available
OpenCV 2 is not available
QProgedit 3.2.2
Expyriment is not available (or version is unknown)
IPython 4.0.0
NumPy 1.9.3
PIL is available (version is unknown)
PsychoPy not available (or version is unknown)
PyAudio 0.2.9
PyGame 1.9.2a0
PyGaze is not available
Pyglet not available (or version is unknown)
PyOpenGL 3.1.1b1
PyQt 4.11.4
PySerial 2.7
python-bidi 0.4.0
python-markdown 2.6.2
SciPy 0.16.1

There's much bigger issues in the world, I know. But I first have to take care of the world I know.
cogsci.nl/smathot

Comments

  • edited 5:09AM

    Hi Sebastian,

    I want to work with OpenSesame and it sounds amazing!! But is it possible to create experiments that participants can do online, by sending a link or something? I saw the two online experiments, but it's wasn't clear for me. Like perhaps creating an IAT or simple reaction time choice task that participants can do online, is that possible?
    Greetz!

  • edited 5:09AM

    Hi,

    Currently, it's not possible to run OpenSesame experiments in a browser. (The experiments that are online at cogsci.nl haven't been created with OpenSesame.)

    If we get the opportunity (i.e. funding), we will develop this functionality in the near future. But that's unsure for now.

    Cheers!
    Sebastiaan

    There's much bigger issues in the world, I know. But I first have to take care of the world I know.
    cogsci.nl/smathot

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