python-pyxid – interface for Cedrus XID and StimTracker devices

pyxid is a Python library for interfacing with Cedrus XID (eXperiment Interface Device) and StimTracker devices. XID devices are used in software such as SuperLab, Presentation, and ePrime for receiving input as part of stimulus/response testing experiments.

pyxid handles all of the low level device handling for XID devices in Python projects.

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