Yes. There are a few ways you can do this. You can access the tracking data for a specific test in a spreadsheet format and then save the spreadsheet to a CSV file. This can include the coordinates of the animal’s centre point as well as of its head and tail. For each point, you can also include details about the zones the animal was in, how fast it was moving, how far it was from specific zones, etc.

You can also use ANY-maze’s export function to bulk-save tracking data for each test in the experiment to an individual CSV file, or to save the data for all the tests to a single XML file.