Welcome to the wiki page of the first Java-based NeuroIS tool for economic experiments.
This is a team project under construction at the Institute for Information Systems & Marketing, the chair of Prof. Dr. Christof Weinhardt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
- To develop a framework for conducting economic experiments on Java.
- Implement the basic building blocks of experiments, such as "Trial", "Session", "Repeated", "Stranger/Partner Matching", etc.
- Enable to design experiments using Java Swing's extensive UI toolbox.
- To integrate elements of Neuro- and Psychophysio- logical experiments, such as Event markers, and Sensor data handling.
- Easier data analysis by directly logging Events of interest into the database
- Achieving a stable core, and make the platform available for distribution and use.
- Dr. Marc Adam
- Dr. Verena Dorner
- Dr. Jella Pfeiffer
- Anuja Hariharan
- Marius Müller
- Ewa Lux
- An Thuy Tien Luong
- Tonda Roder
- Looking for researchers /research teams to implement and run their experiment on the platform
- Looking for students to enhance the platform
- A1a Setup using Eclipse and Windows
- A1b Setup using IntelliJ and Mac
- A2 Quick Start an experiment
- A3 Steps to manage an experiment from the UI
- A4 Steps to program an experiment
- A5 Steps to run the experiment in the lab
- A6 Accessing your data from H2 database
- A7 How to make the client screens fullscreens
- A8 Setting up Brownie over Wireless
- A9 Integrating a new sensor in Brownie
Specific commonly-used functions
- C1 Payoff Calculation
- C2 Integrating an online-survey into Brownie
- C3 FAQ
- C4 Adding an image to Brownie
- C5 Client File Transmission
- C6 Perfect Stranger Table
Who is using Brownie