How to cite EyeQuestion/EyeOpenR in your article

How to cite EyeQuestion/EyeOpenR in your article

Data Collection

If you have used EyeQuestion for data collection, you can use the following citation form:
  1. EyeQuestion® (version xxx, EyeQuestion Software, the Netherlands)

Data Analysis

If you have used EyeOpenR for data analysis, you can use the following citation form: 
  1. EyeOpenR® (version xxx, EyeQuestion Software, the Netherlands and Qi Statistics Ltd., United Kingdom)


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