How to use eyetracking raw data to generate gazeplot and heat map?


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Dear ALL,

As I collected a set of eyetracking task data, I wonder how could I use those raw data to generate a gazeplot and heat map? Could anyone suggest me some software or method to make it? 

Thank you very much.

Best regards,

JK  
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jnmchan - 9/22/2020
Dear ALL,

As I collected a set of eyetracking task data, I wonder how could I use those raw data to generate a gazeplot and heat map? Could anyone suggest me some software or method to make it? 

Thank you very much.

Best regards,

JK  

One option for processing the data, creating plots, etc. would be the MatLab toolbox detailed in https://link.springer.com/article/10.3758/s13428-011-0149-x (the homepage is http://gazealyze.sourceforge.net/ ) or you can work with various R packages http://www.eyetracking-r.com/ or Python tools (https://github.com/takyamamoto/Fixation-Densitymap; https://github.com/TobiasRoeddiger/GazePointHeatMap ).

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Dave - 9/22/2020
jnmchan - 9/22/2020
Dear ALL,

As I collected a set of eyetracking task data, I wonder how could I use those raw data to generate a gazeplot and heat map? Could anyone suggest me some software or method to make it? 

Thank you very much.

Best regards,

JK  

One option for processing the data, creating plots, etc. would be the MatLab toolbox detailed in https://link.springer.com/article/10.3758/s13428-011-0149-x (the homepage is http://gazealyze.sourceforge.net/ ) or you can work with various R packages http://www.eyetracking-r.com/ or Python tools (https://github.com/takyamamoto/Fixation-Densitymap; https://github.com/TobiasRoeddiger/GazePointHeatMap ).

Thank you Dave for your suggestions!
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