Upcoming and previously held
Webinars & Technical Briefings
Over the coming months, we'll be hosting virtual meet-ups and Noldus user groups where customers will be able to connect with Noldus employees, industry experts, and most importantly, one another. Below you can find events (30 minute talks, webinars, etc.). We hope to see you there!
Over the last few months, we have hosted several webinars, technical briefings and virtual meet-ups. To replay the webinar, just register yourself for the webinar of your choice! Fill in the form, and you will receive a link to the webinar.
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Zebrafish research in the spotlight
Recent discoveries, methodologies, challenges in zebrafish research, and how to tackle them. We invited renowned behavioral researchers Dr. Christian Tudorache and Dr. Ruud van den Bos to tell us all about these topics in this webinar:
- Coping with the clock - a link between biological clock function and personality types - By Dr. Christian Tudorache
- Biomedical research in zebrafish (Danio rerio): sources of variation and how to deal with them - By Dr. Ruud van de Bos
How to use the Track Editor in EthoVision XT
In an ideal EthoVision world, there would be no need for the Track Editor. All samples would stay perfectly on the correct body points, there would be no nose-tail swaps and multiple animals in the same arena would never swap identities.
However, if tracking issues still occur, the Track Editor is a useful tool to correct errors. In this webinar you learn:
- The main causes of tracking issues.
- What you can use the Track Editor for.
- How to use the Track Editor.
EthoVision XT has a wealth of built-in analysis variables that help you interpret your data. Variables like Speed, Heading, and Movement are used by almost all EthoVision XT users. However, sometimes you wish the software could do more, especially in complex applications.
Detection Settings in EthoVision XT: Insights Into Doing it Right
In this webinar, we go over all the things that you need to consider before starting your experiment.
For more information on the detection settings in EthoVision XT, please visit https://www.noldus.com/ethovision-xt/detection.
Tips and Tricks in EthoVision XT: Insights Into the Unknowns
In this webinar, we show you all the hidden tips and tricks that EthoVision XT has to offer. There’s a lot more than meets the eye, so we look forward to show you the way!
For more information on EthoVision XT, please visit https://www.noldus.com/ethovision-xt.
Long term rodent studies in neuroscience
In this talk, we investigate how animal research can be extended in to long-term observations, following the path human research has entered for some time already which resulted in great new insights.
For more information on the PhenoTyper, please visit https://www.noldus.com/phenotyper.
Automated Rodent Behavior Recognition with EthoVision XT
In this technical briefing, you will learn more about EthoVision XT’s module Automatic Behavior Recognition: how it works and what you can use it for.
For more information about Automatic Behavior Recognition, please visit https://www.noldus.com/ethovision-xt/behavior-recognition.
Zebrafish, a small vertebrate that is increasingly important in neuroscience research, has much more in common with humans than you would expect.
In this webinar, you will get an overview of new techniques and current developments in zebrafish research tools, from video tracking to complete systems, and how scientists worldwide use such tools.
For more information on zebrafish research tools, please visit https://www.noldus.com/applications/zebrafish-video-tracking.
How to integrate psychophysiological & behavioral data using both Noldus and BIOPAC tools
In this joint webinar, we dive deeper into the benefits of integrating data seamlessly. How to study behavior and physiology using Noldus and BIOPAC tools is at the core or this webinar.
For more information, please visit https://www.noldus.com/applications/data-integration-visualization.
Behavioral Coding - Designing optimal coding schemes in The Observer XT
In this Noldus Technical Briefing, we will show you how to create coding schemes that allow you to reach your behavioral endpoints but, at the same time, are clear enough for efficient and reliable coding.
For more information, please visit https://www.noldus.com/applications/behavioral-coding-analysis.
How to measure emotions
In this 30-minute talk, you will learn more about the theory of constructed emotions and how it differs from Ekman’s classical view on emotional expressions.
For more information, please visit the blog post 'how to measure emotions': https://www.noldus.com/blog/how-to-measure-emotions.
Tools and methods for Facial Action Coding
In this technical briefing, you will learn more about different tools that can be used to objectively measure AUs. We will also discuss how you can look at the AUs not only from an emotional, but also a functional point of view.
For more information, please visit: https://www.noldus.com/applications/facial-action-coding-system.