In this post, I’m going to go over some basics of using conditionals and loops in R. I’ll expand on the example I use here in future posts. The conditionals and loops will be used to create some dummy eye movement data. Background Before I get into the actual code itself, I should probably explain […]
Here is my second Experiment Builder tutorial. This follows on from my first tutorial and covers the basics of using the DISPLAY_SCREEN action to show stimuli to participants, as well as how to determine how to handle responses made by the participants.
I’ve been working on some new tutorials for using Experiment Builder. This video should be a useful introduction.
Gem has put together an excellent introductory guide detailing how to use an Eyelink 1000 machine. I’ve been handing it out to undergraduates, postgraduates, and staff learning the system left, right and centre. It’s a quick and easy reference for people to use when still getting to grips with the technicalities and finer details of […]
I’ve put together a brief guide regarding how to install Experiment Builder. It’s the main piece of software used for programming Eyelink eye tracking experiments. Head on over to the excellent SR-Research website for more information. There is plenty of more useful information about eye movements, eye tracking and psychology experiments there, too.
Continuing in the ‘How to set up an eye tracker’ series, I’ll now briefly discuss some pointers to consider before you set out buying a tracker.
Over the coming weeks/months, I’ll be posting some information and guides relating to setting up and using an eye tracker for psychology experiments.