Tobii Eye Tracker Error 1


Tobii Eye Tracker Error 1

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Hi everyone,

I've got an issue with my procedure for Eyetracker. Everything works fine if I run every script separately, but when I batch all scripts the procedure freezes when it comes to the script with ET measurement and calibration. After the training the Inq freezes and after 'ctrl +q' I got 'Tobii Eyetracker Error 1: Calibration was cancelled or failed'. My batch looks something like this:

1. questionnaire 
2. training
3. 1st part of the procedure with ET.
4. 2nd part with ET
5. questionnaire 

Is there a possibility to calibrate participants in between scripts using <batch> or do I have to run every script separately in order to do that? 


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JSerek - Friday, February 22, 2019
Hi everyone,

I've got an issue with my procedure for Eyetracker. Everything works fine if I run every script separately, but when I batch all scripts the procedure freezes when it comes to the script with ET measurement and calibration. After the training the Inq freezes and after 'ctrl +q' I got 'Tobii Eyetracker Error 1: Calibration was cancelled or failed'. My batch looks something like this:

1. questionnaire 
2. training
3. 1st part of the procedure with ET.
4. 2nd part with ET
5. questionnaire 

Is there a possibility to calibrate participants in between scripts using <batch> or do I have to run every script separately in order to do that? 


What you can do to avoid the issue, is to run the scripts via a small command line script instead of using a <batch> element. See e.g. https://www.millisecond.com/support/docs/v5/html/articles/batchscripts.htm and https://www.millisecond.com/support/docs/v5/html/howto/howtocommandline.htm

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It works! Thank you very much, once again.
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