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  • > Now you should post the results of everyone's favorite teletubby somewhere... That's clearly Tinky Winky. I don't need data to know that.
  • Great to hear that you figured it out!
  • Hi Rob, Which version of OpenSesame are you using exactly? This should not happen, so if you're using the latest (3.2.6) version I'd like to see where this comes from. But don't worry: In any case, you can edit the experiment file in a text editor …
  • Hi Julienne, You're simply working with a tutorial for an old version of OpenSesame. For the latest version, see: https://osdoc.cogsci.nl/3.2/tutorials/beginner/ Cheers! Sebastiaan
  • > So, after several hours I could find out what is happening. This code 'GetSensorValue' is always gonna give us one value from the device (I gonna attache some prt sc from the manual). The value only change when I press enter on the link. Absolutel…
  • Hi David, There are a few ways in which you could implement this. The easiest would be to simply validate the form to check if the slider values (or textinput values) add up to some value before accepting it. https://osdoc.cogsci.nl/3.2/manual/forms…
  • Hi, Thanks for reposting your question here I see what you mean. The problem seems to be that some of the variables (such as item and item_type) are only defined later on in the experiment, after the logger has already been executed once, and there…
  • > While testing that version, I have seen that I can reference the image files directly from a specific location on the drive and that I don't need the file pool. Apparently, it does not change the access time to the files. Is it correct ? That is c…
  • Hi RobotNoob, You can install expyriment with pip. If you've tried that, and expyriment was successfully installed, but still didn't appear in OpenSesame, then you probably have multiple Python environments, and installed expyriment into the wrong o…
  • > When it is done, the implemented test can be shared by example experiments? That's very generous! There's no systematic system for sharing experiments. However, you could upload it to the OSF in a public project. That's what I usually do.
  • Hi Stéphanie, The problem is clear: The keyboard is polled, and it responds to escape presses (because you can abort), but apparently the key value is never "return", and therefore you never break the while loop. But why this happens, and why specif…
  • > I've tried the repeat cycle, but I might have put it in a wrong place. Sometime the word is replayed, but sometime is not. Well, time for a little debugging then! I don't think you need my help to figure this out (and in any case I cannot tell fr…
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  • Hi Atenas, It looks like the API may not always respond by giving the actual GSR value. But this is easy to test. You could for example try it out in a browser, as I suggested above. Or you could print out the response to the debug window to see whe…
  • Hi Lucie, In that case, something like the logic below should do the trick. You may need to tweak the details though. But if you carefully read through the code, then you will probably be able to understand how it works and modify it for your purpos…
  • Hi Ivaylo, If you're running Windows, then I would say that the easiest way is to download the portable "No Installation Required" package of OpenSesame. Then you unzip it, install everything that you need, perhaps even add batch file to automatical…
  • Hi Radhia, The item trace in the error message shows that the freezing happens in the run phase of the input_gathering_1 item. So there's probably something wrong in the code there. Could you upload the experiment here, or paste the script (if it's …
  • Hi Matthew, The script that Josh provided above is actually not entirely correct. Here's what it should look like: if var.subject_nr % 3 == 0: var.subject_group = 'A' elif var.subject_nr % 3 == 1: var.subject_group = 'B' elif var.subject_nr % 3 …
  • Hi Aurélien, Ok—it's still not entirely clear to me, but I do see at least one basic confusion: The variable 20p is a list of multiple values. But then you're trying to use it as though it's a single value when you specify the sampler. And that's wh…
  • Good to hear that you got things more or less working! 💪 I don't have the device to test it myself, but I believe that the following code should first read the sensor information, then parse the json string, and store the sensor value it in the va…
  • and There are indeed periods on the forum where we have a hard time keeping up. We're doing our best though! I've been peripherally following your discussion about the IOError. It's very strange, and I've never seen it happen myself. But it's on …
  • Hi Lucie, Yes, that's possible, and not even that complicated. But how would the user draw the line, though? With a finger on a touch screen? Or with a Wacom-like tablet? Or with the mouse? Cheers! Sebastiaan
  • Hi Aurélien, I don't fully understand what you're trying to do. It seems like the loop table is correct the way it is, right? Is it a matter of selecting the right sound file based on the experimental variables that you've specified in the table? I.…
  • HI Gérard, In what sense are the response times 'incorrect' when you're using the psycho backend? Can you give an example of an experiment + response times that you'd consider incorrect? Cheers! Sebastiaan
  • Hi Lucia, There are probably implementations of a Simon task for OpenSesame floating around (although I cannot recall where). But it's a really easy task to make, so I would suggest implementing it yourself if only for the learning experience. Every…
  • Hi Florian, That's an interesting scenario. >  Is there any way to do this without creating a seperate loop structure for my primacy words??? My first suggestion would be to do exactly that: Create a separate loop for the primacy words (with only 1 …
  • To quote from another discussion: > Hi Im dealing with the neulog. After many intents I changed from MAC to PC, so here Im. So in the web page of neulog I found this. https://neulog.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/NeuLog-API-version-7.pdf So, my ques…
  • I'm closing this discussion to avoid confusion with this discussion.
  • Hi Atenas, I think the first step will be to establish clearly a) what you want to do, and b) what kind of connection the GSR device uses. a) Do you want to send triggers from OpenSesame to the GSR device in the same way that you would to an EEG dev…
  • Hi David, That's an interesting question. So: No, I'm not aware of an implementation of this for OpenSesame, but it shouldn't be too difficult to make. But how does this work exactly? What does the user interaction look like? For example, say that y…