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Update: Saving, Publishing & Templates

Experimaker is currently in open beta, following an open access model. This means that some essential features are missing. And some features that are present may be unpolished. Updates will happen regularly. Experimaker will constantly be improving over the next several months. It's exciting! Saving Today's update is a crucial step into turning Experimaker into a production-ready experiment platform. We've fixed a number of issues with saved results. Now, every participant who takes an experiment is assigned a unique subject ID. And participant responses are logged correctly. Finally, our manual response time feature works properly. Now, you can choose when you'd like your RT timer to start - rather than the default 0ms. As a reminder, you can access this feature from the Timeline tab, as seen in the image on the right. Publishing It'd be pretty awful if we allowed participants to take your studies while [...]

By |2020-07-29T17:36:17+10:00July 29th, 2020|Updates|0 Comments

Update: Templates & Usability fixes

Experimaker is currently in open beta, following an open access model. This means that some essential features are missing. And some features that are present may be unpolished. Updates will happen regularly. Experimaker will constantly be improving over the next several months. It's exciting! First Update The Experimaker open beta launched 2 weeks ago, and today we're pushing out its very first update. Ready-made templates are a key feature of the platform, and we've added a few new ones. There are now 4 experiment templates to check out, including the classic Lexical Decision Task and Stroop Test. We'll be adding more on a regular basis. All of the templates can be modified to suit your needs. We've redone the editor front page so that the list of public templates is loaded first. Previously, we dropped users straight into a new experiment. This can be intimidating if you're not [...]

By |2020-07-20T18:00:42+10:00July 20th, 2020|Updates|0 Comments