bejarar at sbcglobal.net
Thu Oct 4 20:51:35 CEST 2007
Thanks. I'll definitely give it a try.
On Oct 4, 2007, at 12:46 PM, adam naples wrote:
> I would suggest
> perfect for experimental psychology experiments, at least mine, and
> installs nicely on the mac with some gui demos.
> All python, and cross platform.
> there is also psychopy, which looks similar to visionegg, but I've
> not had the need to try it.
> hope this helps
> On Oct 4, 2007, at 9:55 AM, Rafael Bejarano wrote:
>> I just subscribed to this list, so please allow me to introduce
>> myself. Although I am a long-time Mac user, I just recently started
>> learning python. My primary interest in python is as a way to create
>> simple programs with which to run psychological experiments (I am an
>> experimental psychologist). This means that I need to be able to
>> create simple GUIs to collect behavioral measures from research
>> participants, such as response times (how long it takes them to
>> respond to a stimulus after appears on the screen).
>> Given this, I was delighted to discover easygui, a module for
>> creating simple GUIs. When I tried to run it following the
>> instructions that I downloaded from the python website, however, I
>> couldn't get it to work on my iBook g4. I did not get an error
>> message, but no buttons or dialog boxes appeared, either. Can anyone
>> on this list tell me if easygui works on the Mac, and if so, what
>> steps I need to take to make it work?
>> Your assistance with this problem would be grately appreciated.
>> Rafael Bejarano
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