PennController 1.5 is now available! Newly created experiments on the PCIbex Farm come with it, and you can sync your existing projects with the master branch of https://github.com/PennController/Sync to update your version of PennController. New features: It is now possible to load distant CSV files using PennController.AddTable, e.g.: PennController.AddTable(“https://bit.ly/2xzWunf”) Added commands .settings.callback and .settings.once to […]
We did a webinar hosted by the LSA, walking through the main part of our tutorial. The video is now available:
PennController 1.4 is now available! Newly created experiments on the PCIbex Farm come with it, and you can sync your existing projects with the master branch of https://github.com/PennController/Sync to update your version of PennController. New features: The debugger window now shows up by default. Call PennController.DebugOff() to remove it before publishing. Improved error detection and […]
This Friday (June 14, 2019) Florian Schwarz and Jeremy Zehr will be giving a webinar on PennController for the Linguistic Society of America, from 1:00 – 2:30 PM U.S. Eastern Daylight Time. The LSA will make available an audio & video recording of the webinar. More info on the website of the Linguistic Society of […]
PennController 1.3 is now available! And you can now use branches to sync older versions of PennController (e.g. enter 1.2, 1.1 or 1.0 in the branch field before clicking Sync). The master branch continues to sync to the latest version (1.3 as of today!). New features: Added the action command .unfold for Text elements Added […]
PennController 1.2 is now available! We skipped the announcement of PennController 1.1, so here’s a non-exhaustive list of changes: New features: Added .or and .and to Test commands (1.1) Added action command .refresh as standard to reprint the element where it is (1.1) Added .settings.callback to Button and Key elements (1.1) Added .settings.keys to Scale […]
Where: University of Pennsylvania, Levin Building, SAIL Room 111 When: Wednesday, April 10, 1:45-5:15 PM This workshop is organized as part of the MindCORE center. Everyone is welcome to attend. We will learn how to script an experiment from the early design steps to the data collection and analysis steps. We will use the tutorial […]
PennController 1.0 is now available! This is the first public release of a non-beta version. To see the list of changes, go check this page.
On Friday, 9/14, UMass Amherst hosted a workshop on PennController. The support documentation for the workshop is available on OSF here.
On Friday, 8/24, Rutgers Linguistics will be hosting a workshop on PennController. The support documentation for the workshop is available on OSF here.