We have created a few TimeStudio YouTube video tutorials that demonstrate a few ways to work eyetracking data with TimeStudio. The first tutorial shows the stimuli used in all tutorials, and is good to view to understand the analysis.
- TS tutorial 1 – using ProLab for later TimeStudio analysis – https://youtu.be/1VNF3rxlsgs
- TS tutorial 2 – reading data into TimeStudio – https://youtu.be/US4AL0muKGc
- TS tutorial 3 – looking time analysis – https://youtu.be/IsLi4j8DLC0
- TS tutorial 4 – pupil size analysis – https://youtu.be/ElGfSpNg_yg
- TS tutorial 5 – reaction time analysis – https://youtu.be/feBeHIZKrSs
If you are more into reading manuals, we have previously created five manuals that cover different aspects of TimeStudio. Please note that the manuals are written for an older version of TimeStudio, and that some interfaces may have changed. However, the overall concepts are still the same.
- General TimeStudio manual. This manual describes the basic concepts of TimeStudio and shows the structure of the most important data structures.
- Workflow manual 1, for analysing event related pupil responses. Manual and required datasets can be found here.
- Workflow manual 2, for analysing eye tracking data with looking times is different AOIs. Manual and required datasets can be found here.
- Workflow manual 3, for analysing eye tracking data with latency measures to dynamic AOIs. Manual and required datasets can be found here.
- Developer manual for creating custom plugins.