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Beata Lewandowska
Written by Beata Lewandowska

CSV: AOIs Fixation Order


Besides the Raw Data CSV, AOI data, and fixation data, for some researchers is important to know the order in which the AOIs were noticed.



This CSV file contains the following fields:

  • study_id - UUID,
  • item_id - UUID,
  • item_filename - the name of your file, as it was named while adding to study,
  • tester_id - UUID,
  • tester_external_id - (UUID) in case if you provide one by connecting the study with an external tool, i.e. a survey,
  • tester_display_name - a name that a tester gives while asked about a name, gender, and age at the end of the study (if you have chosen that option), i.e. "Anna, Female, 27",
  • tester_quality_grade - tester's grade from 1 to 6 where:
  • 1 = very low,
  • 2 = low,
  • 3 = average,
  • 4 = good,
  • 5 = very good,
  • 6 = perfect;
  • tester_quality_grade_item - item's grade from 1 to 6 where:
  • 1 = very low,
  • 2 = low,
  • 3 = average,
  • 4 = good,
  • 5 = very good,
  • 6 = perfect;
  • test_item_display_order - a number indicating the order in which the items were displayed,
  • notes - this column contains:
  • RealEye version,
  • fixation filter settings:
  • gaze point interpolation (Hz),
  • gaze point Interpolation max gap (ms),
  • gaze velocity threshold,
  • min fixation duration (ms),
  • noise reduction level,
  • aoi_fixations_order - order in which each participant viewed the AOI (each area may occur several times if a participant was looking back and forth).

See the CSV files for the sample study:

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