Our lab uses a variety of Matlab code, available on Github here.
- • The Eccentric Vision Toolbox is our core toolbox, with code for stimulus generation (Gabors, line elements, etc), luminance calibration of monitors (plus bit-stealing for higher contrast resolution), and analyses (psychometric curve fitting, line fitting, etc).
If you find it useful for your own work, please cite it as:
- • Greenwood, J. A. (2021). Eccentric Vision Toolbox [Computer software]. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5226336
- • You can also find examples of our computational models, including those for the
crowding of colour and motion, as reported in Greenwood & Parsons (2020), and
those used to model crowding in typical and amblyopic development, as reported
in Kalpadakis-Smith et al. (2022).
Other resources that we frequently use:
- • For programming in Matlab:
- • When running experiments, we use Psychtoolbox for stimulus presentation.
- • Peter Scarfe has put together an excellent set of tutorials on Psychtoolbox here.
- • We often use face stimuli from the Radboud face database.
- • For teaching materials and fun images: