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ryklin

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Hi, 

There are currently a few different versions of ML floating around. I'd like to use this thread to notify users of what those versions are, where to download them, and when they are updated.

The current official release is dated October, 2014 and can be found here:
http://www.brown.edu/Research/monkeylogic/

There is a newer version hosted on github:
https://github.com/Dfreedmanlab/MonkeyLogic_stable

If you would like to use my beta release you can follow it here:
https://github.com/ryklin/MonkeyLogic_stable

We will eventually integrate everything into one location on Bitbucket. Stay tuned for more info.

Thanks!
-Edward






 

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Here is a link to all of my betas:
https://github.com/ryklin/MonkeyLogic_stable/releases

The current release is version 1.1.0
https://github.com/ryklin/MonkeyLogic_stable/releases/tag/v1.1.0
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ryklin

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A new release that has lots of bugs fixed and adds mouse interaction has been posted here:

https://github.com/ryklin/MonkeyLogic_stable/releases/tag/v1.1.4
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ryklin

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A new release that solves monkey logic latency problems due to graphics changes in Matlatb R2014 and later has been released. It is backwards compatible with older Matlab versions as well. Passes all latency tests within expected tolerances.

https://github.com/ryklin/MonkeyLogic_stable/releases/tag/1.2.0
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Hey Edward. I'm looking for information about the hardware you're using for the touchscreen input? Not sure where to post about that (here, github?).  From what I can tell, you use a USB device. If we wanted to start using this functionality in our lab, I figured it would be a good place to start to just copy what you're using. Also, any thought on a portable system that could be used cage-side? Thanks, Michele
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ryklin

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Hi Coxma.

I have created another thread for discussing touchscreen hardware here:
http://forums.monkeylogic.org/post/touchscreen-models-7908510?pid=1290716291

Thanks!
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ryklin

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A new release is now available on GitHub

Completes touchrelease functionality
Contains more sample timing files

https://github.com/ryklin/MonkeyLogic_stable/releases/tag/v1.2.26


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ryklin

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A new release is now available on GitHub

Fixes some bugs and completes sampling from two or more analog devices simultaneously.
Adds a good logging system
Adds more and better sample conditions files

https://github.com/ryklin/MonkeyLogic_stable/releases/tag/v1.2.39
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ryklin

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A new release is now available on GitHub

This is a critical update for all users that wish to re-calibrate their eye position. Some bugs were fixed in the xycalibrate.m file that will affect your results and performance.

Switched from -180 magic numbers to nan (Nullable Types) in touchscreen data. This might address the issue reported with "coordinate leaks"

Updated kbdmex allowing for seamless recalibration of eye position after trials have started.

Updated digital io control code.

https://github.com/ryklin/MonkeyLogic_stable/releases/tag/1.2.55

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ryklin

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A new release is now available where the NIMH daqtoolbox works on Windows 10.

https://github.com/ryklin/MonkeyLogic_stable/releases/tag/1.2.58
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ryklin

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A new release has been posted.

https://github.com/ryklin/MonkeyLogic_stable/releases/tag/1.2.85

Release notes are on GitHub.
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PeterK

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Hi ML users,

I used an older version (v 1?) for years while at NIMH; now I'm setting up my own lab and would like to build two new up-to-date systems. I have a few questions:

Windows 10 or 7? Which version of MATLAB should I use, newest ok?
I heard ML2 only needs one DAQ card, and does not require MATLAB toolboxes, correct?

Thanks, Peter

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ryklin

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Hi Peter, 

Yes that's right but you should be working with the latest version of ML found here:

https://www.nimh.nih.gov/labs-at-nimh/research-areas/clinics-and-labs/ln/shn/monkeylogic/index.shtml

I am using Win10 with Matlab R2016 and one NI-DAQ board. You are correct that no additional Matlab toolboxes are required!
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PeterK

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Another question, all 64-bit is ok, right (Win10 and MATLAB)? I will have to buy a new license for MATLAB. Is ML2 tested on 2017b? Or should I try to find 2016b (can you still buy that version)?
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ryklin

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I am running 2016a 64bit Matlab on Win10 64Bit. I have not tested Matlab 2017a or b, maybe someone else has and will chime in.
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Jaewon

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There is no 32-bit MATLAB since R2016a, so all has to be 64-bit if you want the latest MATLAB. ML2 works fine with 2017b.

If you buy a license, you can download and install any previous version. Check if you can get a site-license or total-academic-headcount version first. It is a lot cheaper.
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