Summary eyetracking data from a study examining the impact of text saliency on eye movements.
A data frame with 48 observations on the following 6 variables.
Participant ID label.
Condition, signifying whether a channel had a red title (see details).
Count of fixations in the middle, left channel.
Count of fixations in the middle, right channel.
Total gaze time on the webpage.
red if the middle, right channel
title was red;
The data are taken from Owens, Shrestha, & Chaparro (2009). A webpage was divided into 9 channels (sections), and the title color of the "middle, left" and "middle, right" channels were manipulated.
condition takes the value
Control if all
title colors were black;
Left if the "middle, left" channel title
was red; and
Right if the "middle, right" channel title was red.
Provided by Justin W. Owens.
Owens, J.W., Shrestha, S., & Chaparro, B.S. (2009). Effects of text saliency on eye movements while browsing a web portal. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (Vol. 53, pp. 1257-1261).
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