Thank you for the clarification as always 🙂 May be integrating the third party application would help to determine the fixation points.
Just one clarification: After we obtain the fixation points, Is the saccade amplitude the distance between the two fixation points ? (As you mentioned in the above post: “The amplitude of a saccade is defined as the angular distance the eye travels during the movement. (It’s a measure of distance, not speed)”
Similar to the above mentioned answer: Can saccade velocity be derived from dividing the thus obtained saccade amplitude by time or is it needed to use 2 point differentiation ?
I really appreciate your help.