O-tree for experimental economics – intensive workshop

The Centre for Global Food and Resources (GFaR) at The University of Adelaide is hosting an intensive workshop on programming and developing computer-based experiments using o-tree between the 28th-30th June 2017. The workshop will be run by Dr Russell Keith-Magee, a highly experienced instructor and developer in the programming languages on which o-tree is based.

o-tree is a web-application platform based on Python and Django which has been developed primarily for use with economic laboratory experiments but which extends also to marketing and psychology applications.

Attendees will receive a pre-course information pack in order to develop prior understanding of programming in the Python language.

Some prior programming experience (in, for example, a statistical program such as R or Stata) is useful.

We hope to see you and members of your institution at the workshop and look forward to working with you in the future on lab, lab-in-the-field and other types of experiments made easily accessible to all via the o-tree web-application framework (for more information on o-tree go to

Places are extremely limited (only 10 places) so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Early bird rate: AUD 1300
Standard: AUD 1600
Reception Dinner (6pm 27/06/17: AUD 40
Workshop Dinner (7pm 29/06/17): AUD 60

To Registration please visit the relevant link below:

UoA staff and students

External registrations

For queries about the workshop please contact Dr Daniel Gregg

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