The Observer XT: A tool for the integration and synchronization of multimodal signals

@article{Zimmerman2009TheOX,
  title={The Observer XT: A tool for the integration and synchronization of multimodal signals},
  author={Patrick H. Zimmerman and Jantina Bolhuis and Alexander Willemsen and Erik S Meyer and Lucas P. J. J. Noldus},
  journal={Behavior Research Methods},
  year={2009},
  volume={41},
  pages={731-735}
}
The Observer was originally developed as a manual event recorder for the collection, management, analysis, and presentation of observational data in animals. Because of the flexibility of later versions, it became clear that The Observer was suitable for almost any study involving collection of observational data in both animals and humans. Furthermore, the most recent version of The Observer (The Observer XT) allows the integration and synchronization of multimodal signals from various sources… CONTINUE READING
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