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HDR Small Project Grants

Experimental Methods Training



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Orientation Session

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Laboratory Infrastructure


  • 48 touch screen computers in fixed stations with divider screens
  • 20 mobile computers
  • Touch screens, eye-trackers, EEG/GSR measures, heart-rate monitors
  • 2 Windows servers in observation room
  • 1 MySQL database server to store bio-physical measurement data
  • Encapsulated Gigabit network
  • 1 file server/firewall/bridge to UNSW network


  • Windows 7 on all computers
  • zTree installed
  • Hard disk imaging for fast reconfiguration
  • Shared folders among all Windows computers
  • Lab administration software to remotely power on/off all computers and run/stop programs
  • Firewall/fileserver management application to allow specific access to outside network
  • Customised software and equipment drivers for eye-trackers, EEG sensors


  • You must follow all license obligations of the installed and used software.
  • In particular, if you use the zTree experiment software, your academic paper must cite the following article: Urs Fischbacher (2007): z-Tree: Zurich Toolbox for Ready-made Economic Experiments, Experimental Economics 10(2), 171-178. E.g., write "The experiment was programmed and conducted with the software z-Tree (Fischbacher 2007)."

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