Study Specification Grammar Reference¶
The Study Specification Grammar (SSG) is designed with a philosophy similar to that of LaTeX - “what you think is what you get”, freeing researchers from the mundane decisions such as how much margin to leave for every stimulus on each trial.
If you are looking for a tutorial on how to create a study and run it on FindingFive, check out the Crash Course page instead.
This reference is useful for looking up technical details about the SSG. For example, answers to questions like
- Does the text stimulus have a property for changing its font size?
- How do I add a confirmation step in a trial?
can be found here.