In the results of an experiment you will have access to different types of visual representation of the data collected. Here is a quick preview of all of them:
The Seen Map color scheme is based on grey, blue and white; a light color concentration means that area was seen by more people compared to an area with a darker color concentration.
The Heat Map is based blue, green, yellow and red; the redder an area is the more it has been seen.
The Opacity Map darkens out areas that have not been seen and, with a gray gradient, areas that have been seen become more and more visible in the visualization.
The Gaze Plot Map is a visualization showing all individual data points connected with lines per participant.
The Click Map is a graphical representation of where the participants decided to click during an experiment.