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Is there a way I could export the gaze data in ASCII format for use by Matlab?

asked 18 Feb '14, 17:28

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edited 18 Feb '14, 17:30


QuickCAPTURE can export all the data out as a CSV (comma separated value) spreadsheet. CSV is an ASCII format.

So the data looks like this:

Timestamp, Weighted GazePointX, Weighted GazePointY, ...
0.0001, 0.10, 0.9845, ....

Loading this kind of file into Matlab is very straight forward.

Making a sample c++ program (not QuickCapture) that does a calibration and then exports that kind of data is do able.

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