A Visual Tool for Behavior Analysis over Time

A graphical R package designed to visualize behavioral observations over time. Based on raw time data extracted from video recorded sessions of experimental observations, ViSiElse grants a global overview of a process by combining the visualization of multiple actions timestamps for all participants in a single graph. Individuals and/or group behavior can easily be assessed. Supplementary features allow users to further inspect their data by adding summary statistics (mean, standard deviation, quantile or statistical test) and/or time constraints to assess the accuracy of the realized actions.



ViSiElse 1.2.1 (R package) is a visual tool for behaviour analysis.


  • Replace deprecated function Matrix::rBind

  • Fix plotting statistical mean and standard deviations issues

Reference manual

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1.2.2 by Elodie Garnier, 4 months ago


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/ViSiElse

Authors: Nastasia Fouret [aut, cph] , Mederic Descoins [aut, cph] , Elodie Garnier [aut, cre, cph] , CEPOI - EA 7388 [cph]

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

AGPL-3 license

Imports methods, grid, chron, Matrix, colorspace, stringr, ggplot2, reshape2

Suggests knitr, rmarkdown

See at CRAN