A special 2-part webinar for ANY-maze users and behavioral scientists intent on advancing their understanding and application of automated video tracking in behavior studies.
With over 1500 existing users worldwide, ANY-maze Behavior Tracking Software, is one of today’s most widely-used, referenced and comprehensive video tracking systems. This intuitive and familiar software design has been combined with an unrivaled depth of features to provide automated tracking in virtually any behavioral test… literally any maze.
As Version 5 will be available early 2016, we invite current ANY-maze software users and those with general interest in video tracking to join us for a review of common behavior tracking studies and introduction to new and exciting features offered in this new release.
Session 1: An introduction to ANY-maze 5.1, including advanced features such as 3-point tracking, heat maps, virtual switches, zone entry options, how to handle moving zones, using procedures, sequences and calculations.
Session 2: Taking ANY-maze beyond video tracking, including how to configure Inputs & Outputs (I/O), score behaviours manually, manage your data and analyze your results.
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