- Dec. 2016: Prof. Syngjoo Choi's group at Seoul National University used oTree for a study with 3500 participants (80-120 participants per session). The study consisted of dictator, public goods, and risk preference games.
- Oct 2016: The Anthropo-Lab at the Catholic University of Lille (France) used oTree for a repeated public goods game in a conference session with 87 participants (video) and a university lecture with 208 participants ( Facebook post ).
- Sept. 2016: Prof. Armin Falk's group at the University of Bonn used oTree for a lab study with over 1000 participants (largest session: 95 participants).
oTree lets you create:
- Controlled behavioral experiments in economics, psychology, and related fields
- Multiplayer strategy games, like the prisoner's dilemma, public goods game, and auctions.
- Surveys and quizzes.