This Julia package extends Weber, to
enable the use of Cedrus response-pad input. It
adds a series of new keys, ranging from
key":cedrus19:". You can see which key is which by pressing the buttons while
running the following code in julia.
using Weber run_keycode_helper(extenstions=[@Cedrus()])
To make use of the response keys, just reference them as you would keyboard keys. For instance, the following code will record cedrus buttons 1 and 2 as answers1 and answer2 to the experiment data file.
response(key":cedrus1:" => "answer1", key":cedrus2:" => "answer2")
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