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PsychoPy is a free cross-platform package allowing you to run a wide range of experiments in the behavioral sciences (neuroscience, psychology, psychophysics, linguistics...) This is a community project. Users have all the source code. Users are the developers. Users support each other. Alongside open-source, we're strong supporters of Open Science, and we'll try to encourage and facilitate that wherever we can! Pavlovia is a place for the wide community of researchers in the behavioural sciences to run, share, and explore experiments online. Though Pavlovia was originally conceived as a repository and launch platform for PsychoPy experiments, its open architecture makes it possible to support other open-source tools, such as jsPsych and lab.js. We will aim to be available to chat throughout SARMAC. But if you want to make sure you catch us "in person" we will be at our booth the following times: Day 1 (Wed 21st): 2- 3 pm (London) Day 1 (Wed 21st): 10 - 11 pm (London) Day 2 (Thur 22nd): 2 - 3 pm (London) Day 2 (Thur 22nd): 10 - 11 pm (London) Day 3 (Fri 23rd): 3 - 4 pm (London) And don't forget our workshops! Day 1 (Wed 21st): 5 - 6 pm (London) - Conducting Online Research with PsychoPy & Pavlovia Day 3 (Fri 23rd): 2 - 3 pm (London) - New and Upcoming Features in PsychoPy
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