How to cite EyeQuestion/EyeOpenR in your article
If you have used EyeQuestion for data collection, you can use the following citation form:
- EyeQuestion® (version xxx, EyeQuestion Software, the Netherlands)
If you have used EyeOpenR for data analysis, you can use the following citation form:
- EyeOpenR® (version xxx, EyeQuestion Software, the Netherlands and Qi Statistics Ltd., United Kingdom)
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Panel Scheduling in EyeQuestion
Introduction One of the more challenging tasks in conducting sensory and consumer research is the process of manually checking the availability of your panellists participation by calling or emailing them. This traditional approach is not ideal as ...
How to run an analysis on a external dataset
External datasets can be imported into EyeOpenR, which can be used to run an analysis or autoreport. More information on how to construct such a dataset can be found here. Start EyeOpenR using the main menu by clicking on Tools - EyeOpenR. Select the ...
How can I import a custom design?
If your preferred design cannot be created using the design generator, a custom design can be created using excel and imported in an EQ project. To import a custom design, go to the design page of your project. Click on the "Import Design" option. ...
What are the available placeholders that can be used in EyeQuestion?
Placeholders are special codes that can be used to display dynamic information to your panelists. Dynamic information is information other then static text, placeholders can show information that is attached to your products such as the blindingcode ...
How do I edit randomly generated blinding codes?
Editing blinding codes in an EQ project When a user generates a design in EQ then by default three digit blinding code will be generated. If a user wants to add a specific blinding codes to their products then it is possible to do so using one of the ...