Analyzing Eye-Tracking Information in Visualization and Data Space: From Where on the Screen to What on the Screen

@article{Alam2017AnalyzingEI,
  title={Analyzing Eye-Tracking Information in Visualization and Data Space: From Where on the Screen to What on the Screen},
  author={Sayeed Safayet Alam and Radu Jianu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
  year={2017},
  volume={23},
  pages={1492-1505}
}
Eye-tracking data is currently analyzed in the image space that gaze-coordinates were recorded in, generally with the help of overlays such as heatmaps or scanpaths, or with the help of manually defined areas of interest (AOI). Such analyses, which focus predominantly on where on the screen users are looking, require significant manual input and are not feasible for studies involving many subjects, long sessions, and heavily interactive visual stimuli. Alternatively, we show that it is feasible… CONTINUE READING