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BrainVerse 0.0.8-alpha (August 7th, 2018 )
- Enhancement: Allows the subject’s incomplete tasks editable in the acquisition module.
- bug fix: autofill plan and instrument name in respective edit options.
- bug fix: Instrument Editor display lists populates correctly when an instrument info is edited.
- bug fix: 'enter' keypress for data dictionary selection in NDA Editor.
- bug fix: in NDA editor, display of instrument fields is updated instead of being appended evertime a new instrument is selected.
BrainVerse 0.0.6-alpha (June 19th, 2018 )
- Allows CSV export after data is collected using data collection module
Fixes (May 3rd, 2018)
- Security fix: Electron package upgraded from 1.7.11 to 1.8.4 and added some configurations to fix a security vulnerability in electron package
- Added back button in the instrument editor
- Bug fix: List correct names in the instrument list
Fixes (22 March 2018)
- moment security patch added
- Fixed #141 Instruments are pushed to github
- Fixed: Recent most instruments are shown in the instrument list and in the experiment list
- Old instruments saved locally can now be saved and they are converted and saved as new instrument format
Fixes (12 February 2018)
- Fixed #145 #112 . Field Name is automatically added to the term in the instrument editor if no provided
- Fixed #140 #151 . Developer tools window will not show in production mode.
- Fixed #139 . Welcome link is disabled
- Fixed #111.
idfield in instrument is no longer null
- Fixed #108. An empty card can be added to the experiment planner
- Fixed #148. Only single copy of instruments are shown in the list
Fixes (February 6, 2018)
- Add Session after reloading the experiment plan
- Update Item card populated with previous information entered
0.0.1-alpha (Jan 29, 2018)
- NDA Editor
- Instrument Editor
- Experiment Planner
- Data Collection
- Term Viewer
This pre-release has links to the BrainVerse app built for different platforms - MacOS, Linux, and Windows for download.