The englelab package has a convenient function to download template R scripts for the tasks we host on our website

englelab::get_script(type = "raw", to = "R Scripts",
ospan = TRUE, symspan = TRUE, rotspan = TRUE,
antisaccade = TRUE, visualarrays = TRUE, sact = TRUE,
flankerDL = TRUE, stroopDL = TRUE)


## get_script()

The first two arguments you should specify is the type of R Script you want to download and the location you want to download the R Script to (by default set to “R Scripts”).

1. type = "raw" To download R scripts to create tidy raw data files

2. type = "score" To download R scripts to create scored data files

3. type = "all" To download both types of R scripts

• to: Save to a folder within your project directory (i.e. “R Scripts”)

Next, you will want to specify the tasks you want to download R Scripts for. The options are:

• wmc: Download the scripts for operation span, symmetry span, and rotation span. wmc = TRUE

• ospan: Download the script for operatoin span. ospan = TRUE

• symspan: Download the script for symmetry span. symspan = TRUE

• rotspan: Download the script for rotation span. rotspan = TRUE

• ac: Download the scripts for all attention control tasks ac = TRUE

• antisaccade: Download the script for the antisaccade. antisaccade = TRUE

• visualarrays: Download the script for the visual arrays. va = TRUE

• sact: Download the script for the sustained attention to cue task. sact = TRUE

• flankerDL: Download the script for the adaptive flanker deadline. flankerDL = TRUE

• stroopDL: Download the script for the adaptive stroop deadline. stroopDL = TRUE