ENGR_201_Lab3_ReactionTim035

ENGR_201_Lab3_ReactionTim035 - ENGR 201 Evaluation and...

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ENGR 201 Evaluation and Presentation of Experimental Data I 201035 Original: Dr. Scoles 4/18/11 page 1 of 3 Reaction Time Statistics This is a two week exercise Goals: Design a LabVIEW user interface to manage the capture of reaction times to a visual stimulus Record these reaction times in a spreadsheet-compatible file Analyze and display the statistics of your individual and team results Materials and Resources LabVIEW software, LabVIEW reference text Introduction This two-week lab involves a basic method of recording reaction times to a visual stimulus. It provides an extension of your abilities in LabVIEW software and, most importantly, a means of generating data that can be analyzed and displayed using what you have learned in Chapter 4 of Figliola and Beasley. The goal of the experimental portion of the lab is to generate and collect data from the user’s response time to a visual stimulus. The stimulus could be the changing color of a front panel display or the appearance of a simple or complex graphic on the front panel. The
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