Programming in Gorilla
Program your own tasks in the Code Editor. You can import third-party libraries to build your own task from scratch, or alternatively import tasks built in other frameworks (e.g. jsPsych and PsychoJS).
Task Builder Scripting
Gorilla is being continuously updated by a full-time development team to improve ease of use, accuracy as well as testing methods. Our goal is to provide an easy-to-use tool for cutting-edge behavioral research.
Each set of changes you make is stored as a standalone version, so you can save a working copy of a task or experiment before trying out something new.
The Gorilla Team is on hand to fix problems and answer questions. We also do regular video guides, have extensive, searchable documentation, and are available for demos, workshops and consultancy.
Gorilla uses modern browser features to ensure timing is as accurate as possible.
Details about Gorilla’s approach to timing are detailed in this article.
Collaboration fosters innovation. Say goodbye to shared accounts and post-its of passwords. We make it easy to work with your colleagues and share resources across your lab.
Gorilla is professionally hosted on Microsoft Azure with servers and databases located with the EU (Republic of Ireland). It is configured to scale dynamically, handle sudden bursts of traffic, and is automatically backed up.
Cauldron, the company behind Gorilla, has years over 10 years of experience working with researchers and universities. We are fully incorporated in the UK and fully insured in compliance with University regulations.
To see how our tools work, get started with our onboarding videos.
For team or department pricing information, see our Team and Department pricing page.
For questions about data security, GDPR or ethics, read our due diligence guide.
For a list of task builder features, check out our task builder support guide.
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