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Wednesday, December 14

  1. page Helpful Tools to Aid Drawing Research edited ... I put this guide together during my current post to help other researchers in the department u…
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    I put this guide together during my current post to help other researchers in the department use Tobii eye trackers. It contains information about using Tobii machines as I found that a lot of useful information was lacking or near impossible to find.
    Eye Tracker Guide
    EYE and PEN
    http://www.eyeandpen.net/
    I've recently found this software but not tested it. It appears useful for recording digitised drawings and eye movements.

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Friday, November 18

  1. page Helpful Tools to Aid Drawing Research edited ... http://www.gimp.org/ This is a very powerful and programmable piece of opensource software th…
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    http://www.gimp.org/
    This is a very powerful and programmable piece of opensource software that can be used to create a wide array of stimuli.
    Eye Tracking:
    Eye tracking isn't used particularly frequently in drawing research but can be a very usefull tool indeed.
    I put this guide together during my current post to help other researchers in the department use Tobii eye trackers. It contains information about using Tobii machines as I found that a lot of useful information was lacking or near impossible to find.
    Eye Tracker Guide

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Thursday, November 17

  1. page Helpful Tools to Aid Drawing Research edited ... http://www.superlab.com/pro/ This is very simple experimental presentation software. It is le…
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    http://www.superlab.com/pro/
    This is very simple experimental presentation software. It is less sophisticated than other pieces of experimental presentation software but is extremely easy to useful and is useful for simply presenting stimuli.
    Simple Stimuli Presentation:Stimuli Creation:
    MS Office Publisher
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/publisher/
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    Experimental Stimuli Presentation:
    MATLAB and Cogent
    http://www.vislab.ucl.ac.uk/cogent.php
    Cogent is free and allows for images to be produced and displayed using MATLAB, thiis is really useful for presenting, storing and processing data prior to analysis. Comprehensive documentatio is provided with both Cogent Graphics and Cogent 2000.

    Presentation
    http://www.neurobs.com/
    This software is available as a free trial and is an experimental presentation and control system. It uses a relatively simple programming language (like C) to control experiments. Experiments are split into three sections a) a header section is used to define global parameters (such as background colour) b) a Scenario Description Language (SDL) section is used to specify stimuli such as properties (e.g. image filenames) and how these fit in to a trial. c) a Presentation Control Language (PCL) section is used to control the experiments such as defining how to save output or precise control of stimuli delivery.

    Eprime
    http://www.pstnet.com/eprime.cfm
    A very commonly used piece of software in Psychology to present and control stimuli.

    DMDX
    http://www.u.arizona.edu/~kforster/dmdx/dmdx.htm
    An opensource piece of software that allows for precise recording of response times in response to auditory and visual stimuli. This programme is a script-based method that is relatively simple to get started with.

    SuperLab Pro
    http://www.superlab.com/pro/
    This is very simple experimental presentation software. It is less sophisticated than other pieces of experimental presentation software but is extremely easy to useful and is useful for simply presenting stimuli.
    Simple Stimuli Presentation:
    MS Office Publisher
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/publisher/
    This programme can be used to create simple line-drawn stimuli.
    GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP)
    http://www.gimp.org/
    This is a very powerful and programmable piece of opensource software that can be used to create a wide array of stimuli.

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Wednesday, November 16

  1. page home edited ... Research Interests: A place to summarise your research interests and find out about other draw…
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    Research Interests: A place to summarise your research interests and find out about other drawing researchers.
    Useful Papers: A list of papers about drawing, grouped by research theme.
    Helpful Tools to Aid Drawing Research: lists and explains any piece of software etc that's useful for drawing research.
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