Can any body tell if Morae can help export statistical parameters of
data in Morae manager?

Comments

13 Mar 2009 - 10:39am

David Travis

2009

It depends what you mean by "statistical analysis". You can get your
data out of Morae by right clicking one of your graphs (e.g. the time
on task graph) and choosing "Export as > Data..." This creates a
tab-delimited file that contains the raw data, the average, the min
and max values and the standard deviation. But if you want more
useful statistics like confidence intervals, then you're out of
luck. My advice is to get your data out of Morae as soon as possible
and analyse and present it with Excel or your favourite graphing
package because Morae's graphing and analysis tools are too
rudimentary for anything other than giving your data a casual
once-over.

You are right David. I was able to get basic statistical data such as
mean, std deviation etc directly in MS word. But was unable to find
anything that would help to better analyse and draw infrerence from
it.

## Comments

It depends what you mean by "statistical analysis". You can get your

data out of Morae by right clicking one of your graphs (e.g. the time

on task graph) and choosing "Export as > Data..." This creates a

tab-delimited file that contains the raw data, the average, the min

and max values and the standard deviation. But if you want more

useful statistics like confidence intervals, then you're out of

luck. My advice is to get your data out of Morae as soon as possible

and analyse and present it with Excel or your favourite graphing

package because Morae's graphing and analysis tools are too

rudimentary for anything other than giving your data a casual

once-over.

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You are right David. I was able to get basic statistical data such as

mean, std deviation etc directly in MS word. But was unable to find

anything that would help to better analyse and draw infrerence from

it.

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Posted from the new ixda.org

http://www.ixda.org/discuss?post=40001