I don't know about everyone else on the mailing list, but running PEBL via
the web (from some url or even downloading local copies that transmit data
when completed) would be spectacular for some of my online studies.
I love the program and am very excited to see it grow.
On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 3:21 PM, Shane Mueller <smueller@...> wrote:
> Thanks for the interest!
> There are several easy ways to make these tests available. First, I'd be
> willing to distribute them within the test battery, either as
> modifications of the current tests or as stand-alone tests. The TOL
> already has a dozen different testing options, and so adding yours,
> assuming it is somehow different from the others, would be simple. In
> some cases, I might prefer to distribute the test as a separate file, or
> even as a completely separate test (IAT-esteem)?. This would all be
> dependent on the IP involved being available with some open source
> license. This may be a problem for the IAT, as it could include
> copyrighted images.
> Another option would be to distribute these via a short report at the PEBL
> Technical Reports.
> More, briefly:
> - I have made a start at the automated O-Span previously, but it is
> pretty complex and I have not finished it. I think I got stuck at the
> point where math questions were answered on some technical scoring point.
> We could talk off-list about strategies for this.
> - I really great resource would be ways to interface and sync with a data
> server. Another great community resource would be some way to upload
> scripts and files that doesn't involve me doing things by hand. I'm not
> good at web stuff. Right now, running PEBL over the web is lower priority
> for me than implementing an android or IOS version, but there are
> certainly ways to web-enable the community to help leverage interest.
> Contact me directly and we can discuss more details.
> > Hi,
> > I'm web developer at a start-up company called QueryCo, Inc.; I've been
> > coding for about 6-8 months now, and developing professionally for about
> > months. I volunteer at the Depression Research Lab at University of
> > Buffalo, and have been creating and designing experiments using PEBL for
> > about 4 months now. PEBL has been extremely useful in developing
> > experiments for this department, and I'd really like to contribute to the
> > project. Although the syntax really bothers me sometimes (argh!! why
> > <- assignment operator?? what's wrong with =??).
> > First off, I have some versions of Tower of London, BCST, and self esteem
> > idiographic IAT that are completed that I'd like to submit to the
> > community. We used the experiments provided in the battery and made
> > changes based on requirements I was given by our resident professor Dr.
> > Roberts, and his Ph.D. students.
> > Secondly, I have interested in developing for the PEBL project, however
> > since my background is web development, I don't have the skill set to
> > primarily in C++, and I've never used flex or bison. I was wondering if
> > you had some ideas on making PEBL more web based? I can currently write
> > in
> > framework
> > on a regular basis; I also have experience writing in python/django and
> > ruby/rails.
> > Thirdly, I am currently working on creating the automatic OSPAN, and
> > though
> > I've gotten a lot of the structure of it, I was wondering how available
> > other developers in this project are to parallel programming, and if
> > there's any interest in helping me develop this experiment. I have a
> > github account (mygibbs) and I have experience using subversion.
> > Thanks for your time!
> > --
> > Cheers,
> > Matthew Gibbs
> > QueryCo, Inc.
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