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Facereader automatically analyses the six basic facial expressions, as well as neutral and contempt. It also provides gaze direction, head orientation and person characteristics. The project analysis module can be used for advanced analysis and reporting: you quickly gain insight into the effects of different stimuli. Detailed analysis of action units is also available.
Tobii Studio and Tobii Pro Lab allow you to design your eye tracking test, run test sessions, observe sessions remotely, replay and visualise the results, and calculate statistics – all in a single solution.
Design: intuitive tools for test design and stimuli presentation enable you to easily create eye tracking tests and experiments
Record: integrated recording of eye tracking data and a wide range of other data provides a holistic view of behaviour in real time
Replay: replay of eye tracking sessions and event logging enable in-depth qualitative analysis
Visualisation: graphical visualisations, such as heat maps and gaze plots, make your eye tracking data understandable and provide a powerful tool for qualitative analysis and presentation.
QStates is a software package that uses quantitative EEG and heart rate variability data for assessment of cognitive and physiological stat. This learning algorithm first calculates several thousand spectral EEG features. hen a Partial Least Squares algorithm uses the most salient of these features as inputs for setting weights of cognitive models based on the data collection during calibration runs of defined tasks (e.g. Easy vs. Hard Tasks or Happy vs. Sad Tasks)
Inquisit enables computer-based psychological testing and experimentation on local computers and remotely over the web. The Web license enables account main users to appoint co-researchers/research assistants as sub-users.
E-Prime is a suite of applications to fulfil all of your computerised experiment needs. Used by more than 15,000 professionals in the research community, it provides a truly easy-to-use environment for computerised experiment design, data collection, and analysis. E-Prime provides millisecond precision timing to ensure the accuracy of your data. E-Prime’s flexibility to create simple to complex experiments is ideal for both novice and advanced users.
With MediaLab, participants can be administered different stimuli and different dependent measures and in different orders depending on the experimental condition. MediaLab allows for a wide variety of input including multiple choice responses, fill-in-the-blanks, essay-type open ended responses, thought and recall listings, and even ratings of one's own open-ended responses.
Direct RT is an experiment designer that allows for the collection of reaction time, and correct and incorrect responses from participants using image stimuli. You will be able to obtain keyboard, mice, joystick responses, microphones and external hardware. Present sound, video, images and text with exacting precision.
Consensys allows for the collection of galvanic skin response (i.e., sweating/stress) along with heart rate data using PPG, or otherwise ECG heart rate data. That said, it also can collect information on acceleration and deceleration, as well as tilt, pressure and temperature, etc. You are required to configure the device to record what you are interested in collecting, but you cannot collect every measure together at the same time.
Needing to be copied onto the computers that you want to use it on, the DSI streamer enables you to setup and record raw EEG from the DSI systems. Generally, this software can be used with any experiment building software, if the stimuli is edited in the specific way. Otherwise, you will likely need to use either E-prime, psychopy, or MATLAB to present the tasks.
The eego recording software enables you to setup and record raw EEG from the ANT system. Generally, this software can be used with any experiment building software, if the stimuli is edited in the specific way. Otherwise, you will likely need to use either E-prime, psychopy, or MATLAB to present the tasks.
LORETA is software designed to analyse EEG data, specifically source localisation. You should use this software if you were interested in performing source localisation analysis with frequency data, performing the more advanced source localisation algorithms such as connectivity, or you didn't want to use source localisation in Brain Vision Analyzer 2.
Psychopy is a freely downloadable, moderate to, depending on what you want to acquire, advanced difficulty experiment builder. Psychopy can use images, audio, and videos. Psychopy can be used to collect responses, reaction time, eye-tracking, ECG, and PPG/GSR. The most basic way to use Psychopy is using the User Graphics Interface, where you can read from excel spreadsheets to enable more complex presentation of stimuli like randomisation. Psychopy can be used in tandem with EEG recording too. Do not assume that any version of psychopy is compatible with any others.
MATLAB, with the psychtoolbox extension installed, is an advanced difficulty experiment builder. MATLAB can use images, audio, and videos. MATLAB can be used to collect responses, reaction time, eye-tracking, ECG, and PPG/GSR. It can be used in tandem with EEG recordings too.