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getting_started:eyelink [2018/10/21 15:07]
42.49.180.224 [Getting started with SR-Research EyeLink eye tracker data]
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 The eye tracker can be used on itself, or in combination with other data acquisition techniques (e.g. EEG, MEG, TMS or fMRI). FieldTrip allows you to analyse the eye tracker data in all of these situations. In the following I will provide the background of the data acquisition and present some examples on how to analyse eye tracker data.  The eye tracker can be used on itself, or in combination with other data acquisition techniques (e.g. EEG, MEG, TMS or fMRI). FieldTrip allows you to analyse the eye tracker data in all of these situations. In the following I will provide the background of the data acquisition and present some examples on how to analyse eye tracker data. 
  
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-With your presentation script on the stimulus presentation computer you can also write &quot;data&​quot; ​to disk in the form of behavioural log files. In the subsequent examples we will not consider integrating the physiological measurements with the &quot;data&​quot; ​in these behavioural log files. We will only consider physiological data from the eye tracker, from the EEG system and from the MEG system. +With your presentation script on the stimulus presentation computer you can also write "data" ​to disk in the form of behavioural log files. In the subsequent examples we will not consider integrating the physiological measurements with the "data" ​in these behavioural log files. We will only consider physiological data from the eye tracker, from the EEG system and from the MEG system. 
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 ===== Eye tracker recordings by themselves ===== ===== Eye tracker recordings by themselves =====