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Timelines represent the third, deepest level of the Experiment Design. Timelines dictate the presentation, appearance, and timing of individual components and associated events during the experiment.

Timelines can be used alone, for example, to present an instruction screen. Timelines can also be driven by Methods , making it possible to easily implement changes to stimuli on a trial-by-trial basis.


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