Observational Research and Behavioral Information Technology
Established in 2008, the Observational Research and Behavioral Information Technology (ORBIT) Lab and Intranet site within the Department of Psychiatry provide support in the use of observational research methods that involve recording and coding real world or analogue transactions.
Dr. Cross introduces ORBIT:
Above all, ORBIT provides cost-effective access to equipment, services, and support to projects conducting observational research. ORBIT is secure, efficient, and reliable and allows investigators to edit, backup, store, and access observational research on site and remotely.
Dr. Cross describes the efficiency of ORBIT for data storage and analysis:
Dr. Cross elaborates on ORBIT's security:
In addition, ORBIT staff can provide training and technical support to projects conducting observational research in the use of their video data. The lab provides all projects a secure, comfortable environment for accessing video data.
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