RatDemo - A Ready-to-Run Experiment in 99 Program Lines
AbstractThis paper reports on RatDemo, an example program for the application of RatImage, the Research Assistance Toolbox for computerized human behavior experiments. The complete source code of this short experiment program is listed and briefly discussed. Since RatDemo combines several central features of RatImage into a simple, but fully operative program, it can provide an easy entry into the world of RatImage programming.
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experiments; experimental economics; computerized experiments; software tools.;
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