Standard tasks implemented in OpenSesame (requests welcome)
Update: The standard-tasks page is no longer updated, and only available in older versions of the documentation. We're thinking about a better way to allow people (you!) to distribute their experiments.
Over the past few weeks, a number of people have indicated that there is demand for a central place to host standard tasks that have been implemented in OpenSesame. Things like a stroop task, an implicit association task, a Posner cuing task, etc. Any kind of well known, commonly used task. To accommodate this need, I have added a page to the OpenSesame documentation site:
Adding your task
I have added the two tasks that I know of ( @filo and @Papi, thanks!), but of course the list should be much longer! Therefore, if you have implemented a task that you feel has a high re-use potential, we want to know about it! You can have your task included in the list in two ways:
- Edit the standard-tasks page on GitHub, add your experiment, and send a pull request. To do this, you need to have a GitHub account.
- The standard-tasks page on GitHub: https://github.com/smathot/osdoc/blob/master/content/standard-tasks.md
- Instructions on how to edit a page: http://osdoc.cogsci.nl/contribute/documentation
- Or drop a note in this discussion to let us know about your experiment.
Please provide the following information:
- A description of your task.
- A (list of) developer(s).
- A URL where people can download the task.
- Citation information.
- A license, such as the GPL-3.
Making a request
If there is a standard task that you'd like to see implemented in OpenSesame, feel free to make a request here. Note that, especially in the beginning, the chances of anyone actually having implemented your task in a re-usable way may not be very big. Therefore, please also consider implementing the task yourself and sharing it, as described above!
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