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Pygaze Fixtation Function

In the pygaze data sheet that I receive after each experiment, I see a column titled "Fixation" and I am assuming it's a function that returns "True" or "False".

Can someone tell me what this function (or column,if I'm wrong and it is not a function) does? What kind of an algorithm does it use to determine whether something is or is not a fixation?


  • EdwinEdwin Posts: 655

    It’s not a PyGaze function, but rather an EyeTribe function. It denotes whether the EyeTribe algorithm thinks there currently is a fixation. I would advise to ignore it, and instead implement your own fixation-detection algorithm.

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