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An introduction to E-Prime

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Doi: 10.20982/tqmp.05.2.p068

Richard, Laurence , Charbonneau, Dominic
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Keywords: Experiment programming
Tools: E-Prime
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When running an experiment, precision is essential to ensure results are as exact as possible. Thus, computers, which offer endless accuracy, have become an inevitable tool to design experiments. To avoid programming from scratch for each new situation, a program, E-Prime, has been created to ease the conception of experiments. E-Prime, developed by PSTNet, offers a user-friendly interface that makes typical experiments easy to create. This paper shows how to effortlessly create an experiment with E-Prime, followed by a simple example.


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