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I borrowed another lab's MATLAB script which stored 3D location data of two objects (i.e. hands). Now I wish to combine this data with a video of the actual event and create a better picture of the motion of the objects. What is the best way of doing this (if I can do this)?

I'm new to Datavyu so go easy on me!

Thanks in advance :)

asked 07 Sep '14, 15:07

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edited 07 Sep '14, 15:13


We're happy to help you get started with datavyu! If I understand correctly, you want to code a video that you also have motion-tracking data for and combine the two for later data analysis. If so, I would start off by determining when your video starts compared to the motion-tracking data. Once you've determined that you can match the times when analyzing by subtracting the difference between the start of each. After you've coded the video using datavyu you can export your data by using a print script or using the export file function. Either method can export your data as a .csv file which you can import into your statistical software along with your MATLAB data.

Let us know if this answers your question and/or you have additional questions.

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