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expyfun: Python experimental paradigm functions, version 2.0.0

Eric Larson; Daniel McCloy; Ross Maddox; Dean Pospisil

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  <dc:creator>Eric Larson</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Daniel McCloy</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Ross Maddox</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Dean Pospisil</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>expyfun is a python module designed for running audiovisual psychophysics experiments. Prominent features include integration with TDT audio hardware and EyeLink eye tracking hardware, audio synchronization with display refresh times, and a wide variety of helper scripts for stimulus generation, analysis and plotting.

Summary of changes since first release (not an exhaustive list):

	dropped Pyo in favor of Pyglet audio
	expanded EyeLink support
	new stimulus creation, analysis and visualization methods, including convolve_hrtf, fit_sigmoid, and barplot
	some changes to the API of ExperimentController (most notably the replacement of flip_and_play with start_stimulus)
  <dc:title>expyfun: Python experimental paradigm functions, version 2.0.0</dc:title>
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