Table of Contents

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  1. About NIMH MonkeyLogic
  2. Features
  3. System Requirements
  4. Getting Started
    1. Obtaining NIMH MonkeyLogic
    2. Software Installation
    3. Starting NIMH MonkeyLogic
    4. File Formats Supported by NIMH MonkeyLogic
    5. Aligning Timestamps and Analog Data
    6. Migrating from the Original MonkeyLogic
  5. Main Menu
    1. Logo & Load/Save Settings
    2. Conditions File & Run Button
    3. Video
    4. Input / Output
      1. DAQ board settings
      2. Other device settings (USB, etc.)
      3. I/O Test
    5. Task
      1. Alert function
      2. Task flow control
  6. Creating a Task
    1. Conditions File
    2. Userloop Function
    3. Timing Script v1
    4. Timing Script v2 (Scene Framework)
      1. Background
      2. What is the adapter?
      3. How to create adapter chains
      4. Adapter aggregators
      5. Scene analysis
      6. How to trigger adapter stimuli
      7. RunSceneParam
  7. Running a Task
    1. Loading a Conditions/Userloop File
    2. Pause Menu
    3. Control Screen
    4. Behavioral Summary & mlplayer
  8. Hardware Setup
    1. Monitor
    2. NI Multifunction I/O Device
    3. Calibrating Eye/Joystick Signals
    4. Touchscreen
    5. Triggering a remote reward device via Bluetooth
    6. Photodiode Tuner
  9. Appendix
    1. TaskObjects
    2. TrialRecord Structure
    3. Timing script functions & Command window functions
    4. Screen Object
    5. Keycode Table
    6. BHV2 Binary Structure
    7. HDF5 Implementation
    8. NIMH DAQ Toolbox
    9. MonkeyLogic Graphics Library (MGL)
    10. Coordinate Conversion
    11. Blackrock LED driver

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