To create a Dataset you must go to the Results page from the main menu. Then, select your Project, Stim and filter the results you want to include in the Dataset.
A Dataset includes outputs for a single Project and Stim.
Currently we provide 3 types of output:
- Area Of Interest (AOI) statistics (CSV data about which features in the stimulus get the most attention).
- Heatmaps (rendered videos or images showing graphically where attention was focused. In future, joint emotion-gaze analyses will also be provided as a type of heatmap.
- Emotion Aggregate Analysis (downloaded as a ZIP file containing CSV, JSON and PNG files).
Together, all these outputs make a Dataset. You do not have to include all outputs in every dataset.
Create a Dataset
Set the “filters” and select all the relevant participant sessions you wish to include in the Dataset by clicking ‘Select all’ tick box or ticking individual rows.
Turn on “Heatmap”, “AOI statistics”, and “Emotion” toggles.
When you turn on the “Emotion” toggle, you will be asked to fill out the “Explicit Approval” and “Implicit Association Score”. These values tie the E-score to Implicit test results. Please contact us if you wish to import Implicit scores.
You must enter a Dataset “Name”. This should be memorable and descriptive and capture the filter criteria you have applied. Typically we use this to identify different subsets of the participants.
The “Dataset Name” will also be visible under the “Analysis” section to enable you to browse through the results.
Finally, click “Create Dataset”. Once all the outputs have finished processing, you can go to the “Analysis” page from the main menu and select the generated Dataset.
You can also view the raw outputs for the Dataset. Below the “Create Dataset” button is a widget that includes links to all generated Datasets for the selected Project and Stim.
Click the VIEW links to download and view the outputs on your computer. For an in-depth guide to emotion output, see here.
The most intuitive way to view a Dataset is in the Analysis page.