Jerky Eye: Mistakes We Don't See

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Understanding the risk of data error

The physical structure of the human eye means that when we are looking at words or data our eyes move in stops and starts, called ‘fixations’ and ‘saccades’. The ‘eye can lie’ because what we ‘see’ is not necessarily what is in front of us – we can transpose digits, omit data or repeat characters because of the way our eyes moves across the information. This short video explains why this is, and why all human beings sometimes make mistakes with data. .

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