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I'd like to run an experiment in which 64 images are presented (1 at a time) and participants rate their preference for the image on a slider scale, and I'm wondering what the best and cheapest way to do this is? Are there some good, free software programs that I can use? I've looked at things like SurveyMonkey and Question Pro but have not found something that seems to work. I don't have any coding knowledge so I'd prefer not to build it from scratch.

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it sounds like a simple webpage with maybe 5-10 hours of work at $15 a hour for a undergrad cs major. – user3832 Jan 22 '14 at 20:33

I have been using TRUE and it seems quite fine. There is free access to TRUE online version.

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