The Observer XT
New in the latest release
What's new in The Observer XT 17
The Observer XT is the complete software tool for behavioral research, and contains all possible functions, supported by excellent services.
The release of version 17 offers new improvements, which will provide a greater ease of use:
Innovative visualization of events while coding
A visualization of the encoded behaviors now appears alongside the known, already existing event log, which is updated as you score. You see the events "emerge and grow." This makes coding visually more attractive and transparent if, for example, you score an observation several times. In addition, dyadic and triadic interactions can be distinguished much better because subjects can be displayed side by side.
- When a smartphone was used to record a video, the resulting file to import into The Observer XT can often be rotated. Now, The Observer XT can properly display these rotated videos.
- Another handy feature for the user is that The Observer XT can be activated without a connection to the internet.
With The Observer XT at the core of your lab, it is possible to automate the recording of multiple different data streams (e.g. physiology) along with live or off-line behavioral coding. You can also use The Observer XT to initiate and synchronize the starting of other programs or systems.
Thanks to the updated N-Linx, the standard protocol for automatically integrating systems, tying data streams together, runs even more smoothly.