Experiment Design Using E-Studio
The articles mentioned below describe the general methods of designing an experiment. The conceptual work that needs to be completed prior to implementing an experiment is reviewed in detail. The process that is described in the links can be followed for any experiment. The links will also identify design issues that should be considered prior to attempts to compete an experiment for data collection. For users who are new to experimental design, using computers to implement experiments, or to E-Studio itself, we recommend reading the articles mentioned below.
To successfully design an experiment in E-Studio, it is important to understand the E-STUDIO: E-Studio Interface . The interface is comprised of many E-STUDIO: E-Objects and Sub-Objects  that are crucial to successfully create an experiment. The experiment can be edited to meet study design requirements by manipulating E-STUDIO: Property Pages  and E-STUDIO: Devices .
Once an experiment is implemented, it is useful to internally test it by using E-STUDIO: E-Run Test Mode  to see if any runtime errors occur throughout the course of the experiment or if properties need changed.
E-STUDIO: StartupInfo Editor  can be used to create and modify StartupInfo files; which are XML-based documents used to load name/value pairs into the Context object of an experiment. StartupInfo files are helpful if you have a set of properties that should be used for specific experiments.
E-STUDIO: Using Task Events  in E-Prime expands E-Prime's synchronization capabilities by offering a wide variety of options to take action when specific time critical events occur during an experiment.
The E-Prime 3.0 Tutorials (E-STUDIO: Experiment Design Tutorials ) should be viewed for more specifics on experiment design in E-Prime.