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# PsychoPy

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PsychoPy is an open-source package for creating experiments in behavioral science. It aims to provide a single package that is:

* precise enough for psychophysics
* easy enough for teaching
* flexible enough for everything else
* able to run experiments in a local Python script or online in JavaScript

To meet these goals PsychoPy provides a choice of interface - you can use a
simple graphical user interface called Builder, or write your experiments in
Python code. The entire application and library are written in Python and is
platform independent.

There is a range of documentation at:

* [PsychoPy Homepage](https://www.psychopy.org)
* [Youtube](https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFB5A1BE51964D587)
* The textbook, [Building Experiments in PsychoPy](https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/building-experiments-in-psychopy/book253480)
* [The discourse user forum](https://discourse.psychopy.org)

## Contributions

To contribute, please fork the repository, hack in a feature branch, and send a
pull request.  For more, see [CONTRIBUTING.md](CONTRIBUTING.md)
and the developers documentation at http://www.psychopy.org/developers/developers.html

## More information

* Homepage: https://www.psychopy.org
* Forum: https://discourse.psychopy.org
* Issue tracker: https://github.com/psychopy/psychopy/issues
* Changelog: https://www.psychopy.org/changelog.html