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<h3>Try the experiment</h3> <p><a href="http://steveharoz.com/research/graphcompare/" rel="nofollow">http://steveharoz.com/research/graphcompare/</a></p> <h3>To run the experiment code yourself:</h3> <ul> <li>extract <a href="https://osf.io/c8zm5/" rel="nofollow">experiment code.zip</a> (<a href="https://github.com/steveharoz/chartcomparison" rel="nofollow">or pull from github</a>) and post the contents to a web server with PHP</li> <li>If you don't have PHP, the experiment will work, but the data won't be recorded</li> <li>go to the web address in your browser to run the experiment</li> <li>append with <code>?debug</code> to skip instructions and enable cheating</li> <li>append with <code>?outline</code> to show outlines instead of filled shapes</li> <li>append with <code>?lines</code> to show lines and similarly sized dots</li> <li>conditions such as set size are specified in <code>js/experiment.js</code></li> </ul>
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