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#Kelpy

KELPY is the Kid Experimental Library in PYthon

##Installation Put this library somewhere--mine lives in "/home/piantado/mit/Libraries/kelpy/"

Set the PYTHONPATH environment variable to point to kelpy/:

export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/home/piantado/Desktop/Libraries/kelpy

You can put this into your .bashrc file to make it load automatically when you open a terminal. On ubuntu and most linux, this is:

echo 'export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/home/piantado/Desktop/Libraries/kelpy' >> ~/.bashrc

And you should be ready to use the library

##About The basic approach of Kelpy is to handle simple animations and things, taking care of the main refresh-display loop in pygame, and letting us just construct sequences of object actions and handle events. Future work will handle fancier counterbalancing, etc.

Kelpy is a work in progress, so please be mindful that some demos and classes may not function as intended just yet!

##Documentation Kelpy documentation can be found at: http://kelpy.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

(or checking out the docs directory; the index page is at docs/_build/html/index.html)

##Dependencies:

  • PIL
  • Pygame
  • Tobii SDK

##Credits:

Steven T. Piantadosi, Matthew McGovern, and Amanda Yung are the primary contributors to this project.

##Citation:

This software may be cited as:

@misc{piantadosi2012kelpy,
author={Steven T. Piantadosi},
title={ Kelpy: a free library for child experimentation in python},
year={2012},
howpublished={available from https://github.com/piantado/kelpy/}
}