PEEP

Programming Economic Experiments with Php/mysql

with contributions by:
Boris van Leeuwen
Jona Linde
Lucas Molleman
Jeroen van de Ven
Roel van Veldhuizen
Joep Sonnemans

Making animations in html5

An animation in instruction may help understanding. For example, many subjects may be confused about the difference between a draw from an urn with balls with and without replacement. An animation is more like a real life demonstration with urns and balls.

The animation above is made with the program Hype in less than two hours (on a mac), including the time to find or make suitable pictures. Hype is easy to use and very cheap ($30) and animations can be saved in several formats. Outside the lab you may have problems with the different kinds of browsers (some of the examples on the hype-website didn't run on my computer), but in the lab you only have to test it for one kind of browser. The website of Hype is http://tumult.com/hype/. Highly recommended! (for the CREEDers: we bought a license.)