Webinar: Introduction to PCIbex for Online Experiments
Hosted by Jeremy Zehr & Florian Schwarz
[ Recording of Webinar here ]
Time & Date:
Thursday, April 2nd, 2020, 1-2:30pm EDT (UTC-4) (hosts will be available for additional optional Q&A time until 3)
Zoom link (just click to join): https://sasupenn.zoom.us/j/302473588
(Note: A recording of the webinar will be posted at https://www.pcibex.net/documentation/)
This workshop introduces PennController for IBEX (PCIbex), a free and open-source platform for designing, implementing and hosting online experiments, of use to anyone collecting behavioral experimental data in the cognitive sciences and beyond. In the workshop, you will reproduce this simple experiment to introduce you to core features. Along the way, you will learn how to develop and host experiments on the PCIbex Farm, which comes with its own interface and requires no server setup, software installation or prior knowledge of a programming language. Focusing on fundamental concepts and the basic logic of the interface, this workshop will be useful both to students and researchers new to online experiments and ones with prior experience on other platforms.
More about PennController for IBEX:
Free hosting offered at https://expt.pcibex.net/ means posting simple experiments online just takes a few simple steps that can be shared through a URL. This is compatible with a variety of recruitment platforms, e.g., Sona, Prolific, or Mechanical Turk. Templates or prior experiments can easily be imported via github, which also allows for easy sharing of your work for maximal transparency and replicability.