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Figure 10 | Movement Ecology

Figure 10

From: Analysis and visualisation of movement: an interdisciplinary review

Figure 10

Eye tracking data shown in the visual analytics tool ISeeCube [ 183 , 197 ] with multiple linked views. The data shows gaze information from multiple participants watching the same video [189]. The visual workspace is separated into several regions that can be freely adjusted by the user. Region a) displays the scanpaths of selected participants in an STC (coloured lines), along with clustered gaze point data (coloured regions on the two grey walls). The STC also contains a snapshot of the video at a time frame that can be adjusted by the user. At the top-left of region a), the same video replay is shown with two areas of interest marked by blue boxes (person and kite). Region b) provides a hierarchical clustering of the trajectories according to the similarity of their distribution of attention to areas of interest. Region c) shows the detailed information of one of the areas of interest (kite), including overall distribution of attention, as well as size and position of the area over time.

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