Nobody ever comes in… and nobody ever comes out…
And that's the way that reproducible behavioral experiments should be: designed, captured, and used again with assurance of running the same thing. The Experiment Factory software will help you create a reproducible container to deploy behavioral experiments. Want to jump right in? Choose one of our demo containers, and browse to localhost:
docker run -p 80:80 vanessa/expfactory-games start docker run -p 80:80 vanessa/expfactory-surveys start docker run -p 80:80 vanessa/expfactory-experiments start
If you want a more gentle introduction, start with reading some background on containers and why the Experiment Factory exists in the first place. Then move on to our quick start to generate your own experiment container. Please give feedback about your needs to further develop the software. The library will show you a selection to choose from, including all experiments, surveys, and games migrated from the legacy Expfactory. If you have web-based experiments to contribute, please reach out! Your contributions and feedback are greatly appreciated!
- Background for a gentle introduction to containers before the quick start.
- Building (the quick start) means your battery means creating and configuring your image.
- Using an experiment factory container.
- Contribute an experiment to the library for others to use.
- Integrations including automated experiment testing robots, generators, and third party tools.
- Browse our available experiments [json].
- Generate a custom container from our Library, or
- Recipes view a pre-generated recipe based on tags in the library.
If the Experiment Factory is useful to you, please cite the paper to support the software and open source development.
Sochat, (2018). The Experiment Factory: Reproducible Experiment Containers. Journal of Open Source Software, 3(22), 521, https://doi.org/10.21105/joss.00521
If you are using the Legacy software please cite this paper.
Sochat VV, Eisenberg IW, Enkavi AZ, Li J, Bissett PG and Poldrack RA (2016) The Experiment Factory: Standardizing Behavioral Experiments. Front. Psychol. 7:610. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00610