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<h1>Running experimental programs</h1> <hr> <ul> <li> <p>Experimental programs are written in Python 2.7.6 and the appropriate modules will need to be installed prior to running the scripts. The necessary modules are listed in the "load required modules" section. It is possible that new module versions may introduce errors over time and the code will need to be adjusted accordingly.</p> </li> <li> <p>Researchers wishing to run a direct replication should use file <strong><a href="http://directRepTask.py" rel="nofollow">directRepTask.py</a></strong></p> </li> <li> <p>Researchers wishing to run a conceptual replication should use either <strong><a href="http://conceptualRepTask_Reminder.py" rel="nofollow">conceptualRepTask_Reminder.py</a></strong> or <strong><a href="http://conceputalRepTask_NoReminder.py" rel="nofollow">conceputalRepTask_NoReminder.py</a></strong>.</p> </li> <li> <p>Sequences and other settings can be specifcied in the "parameters"section. The <strong><a href="http://sequenceBuilder.py" rel="nofollow">sequenceBuilder.py</a></strong> file can be used to generate new sequences.</p> </li> </ul>
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