Perspective Birdy is a program coded in Python that has been written in our lab as an aid to analyzing videos of animal behavior. It is designed for the analysis of videos of an experimental setting in which the animals move on a square grid of any size. The analyzer may use it in order to document up to two place-dependent behaviors and a variety of general behaviors, alongside their location on the grid and their time of occurrence. This can be done for up to 9 individuals simultaneously.
The current operating version is Birdy 1.0, written by Yonatan Perry and Eric Shellef.
The program may be used freely, for non-profit means only.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or are interested in more details. Also, if you choose to use the program, please let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org.
option 1: Video analysis was done with the aid of the PerspectiveBirdy 1.0 software, coded by Y. Perry and E. Shellef.
option 2: Video analysis was done with the aid of the PerspectiveBirdy 1.0 software . <<in the reference section:>>
1. Perry, Y., and Shellef, E. Video analysis software Perspective Birdy 1.0. http://arnonlotem.weebly.com/technical-tools--code.html ___________________