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OpenSesame - 0.25

A graphical experiment builder for the social sciences


Sebastiaan Mathot
(smathot)
OpenSesame is a graphical experiment builder. OpenSesame provides an easy to use, point-and-click interface for creating psychological experiments. In addition to a powerful sketchpad for creating visual stimuli, OpenSesame features a sampler and synthesizer for sound playback. For more complex tasks, OpenSesame supports Python scripting using the built-in editor with syntax highlighting.

Links

Home Page
http://www.cogsci.nl/software/opensesame
Source
http://files.cogsci.nl/software/opensesame/opensesame_0.25-1.tar.gz
Windows
http://files.cogsci.nl/software/opensesame/opensesame_0.25-win32-1.exe
Mac
http://osdoc.cogsci.nl/getting-started/getting-opensesame#macos

Releases

OpenSesame 0.25 — 12 Nov, 2011

OpenSesame 0.26 — 2 Apr, 2012

OpenSesame 0.24 — 18 Jul, 2011

OpenSesame 0.22 — 31 Jan, 2011

OpenSesame 0.23 — 25 Mar, 2011

OpenSesame 0.27 — 13 Dec, 2012

Pygame.org account Comments

  • Jouni Järvinen 2012-04-02 18:19:53

    1) The program won't run under Python 3 cuz §print§ is used like §return§ without brackets but Py3 requires brackets.
    §print zxc§ -> §print(zxc)§

    2) Inside any pair of brackets the explicit newline skipping isn't necessary.
    §xyz(zxcvb, \
    vbnm)§ can be done as §xyz(zxcvb,

    vbnm)§

    Sebastiaan Mathôt 2012-04-02 18:25:09

    Hi Jouni,

    1) Yes, that's correct. Python 3 is currently not supported. At some point, OpenSesame will most likely be ported to Python 3, but this will have to wait until all of the dependencies are available for Python 3.

    2) Thank you for pointing this out, I actually didn't know that.

    Cheers!
    Sebastiaan