Ideal integration platform

The Observer XT

The Observer XT is the most complete software for behavioral research. Supporting you from coding behaviors on a timeline and unraveling the sequence of events to integrating different data modalities in a complete lab.

Why you should use The Observer XT

  • Code behavior in a quantitative way and visualize them on a timeline
  • Automatically synchronize multiple data streams such as eye tracking, physiology, and emotions
  • Calculate statistics and assess reliability
 

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Continue your research during COVID-19 pandemic

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are currently facing lab closures and have to work from home, trying to keep research projects going. Noldus wants to make the transfer to the home office of our customers as easy as possible, so that they can continue their video annotation and/or data analysis work remotely. Here's what we can do right now: 

  • If your lab has a site license of The Observer XT, you can access it via the IP address and port number provided to you by your IT department.
  • It might be that you just weren’t able to collect your key before your lab was closed. For this purpose, Noldus Information Technology makes 1,000 remote-access licenses of The Observer XT available.
 
 


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The Observer XT at the core of your lab

The Observer XT is the engine of your lab. Code behaviors accurately on a timeline, from one or multiple videos, include audio, integrate data modalities such as eye tracking or emotion data, and visualize and analyze your results all together. Would you like to learn more? Read 11 reasons why The Observer XT is the best software tool for a human behavior lab.

 
 


Customer quote

"The integration of FaceReader, The Observer XT, and psychophysiological data collection makes research programs possible at locations and within timetables that increase opportunity, quality, and efficiency."

Dr. C. Barton|Davidson College, USA

 


Data integration platform

Data synchronization is vital when studying time relationships. The Observer XT is especially designed to synchronously playback multiple modalities. Common modalities include video, screen captures, location data, physiological signals, eye tracking data, FaceReader™ data, and of course behavioral data. Use The Observer XT to get complete insight in behavior and physiology and take advantage of fully integrated equipment.

 
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Customer quote

"The Observer is a crucial component of our research. It allows us to analyze data with the level of efficiency, detail, accuracy, and precision that's required for behavior analysis in psychological research."

Mrs. B. Gamber|University of Texas, USA

 


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At the University of Mons The Observer XT is used to improve teacher practices

Marie Bocquillon of the University of Mons in Belgium explains all about her research. She records audio and video in order to code the behaviors of her future teachers in The Observer XT. Improving teacher practices is the ultimate goal.

Watch the video to learn more about why she chooses Noldus' tools.

 


Prof. Mercier explains that The Observer XT facilitates data integration in their lab

Prof. Julien Mercier from L'Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada is studying educational research. His lab is looking at refined brain information over time, involving the cognition and the affect of the learner. The Observer XT is used as integration platform.

Watch the video to learn more about why he chooses Noldus' tools.

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Observing and analyzing repetitive movements in infants to detect autism

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Knowledge is the key to developing a better understanding of autism. Researchers often observe and code behavior in combination with other research methods.
 
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