Installing oTree on macOS¶
If you publish research conducted using oTree, you are required by the oTree license to cite this paper. (Citation: Chen, D.L., Schonger, M., Wickens, C., 2016. oTree - An open-source platform for laboratory, online and field experiments. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, vol 9: 88-97)
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Step 1: Install Python¶
- Download and install Python
- In Finder, search for and open the “Terminal” app:
Step 2: Install oTree¶
Enter this command at the prompt:
pip3 install -U otree
If you are experienced in Python and are comfortable with resolving programming errors on your own, you can use oTree with a text editor.