Over the last couple of months we have been working hard updating our lists of EyeLink publications. One big change is that the references can now be searched – by year, author or keyword. Another change is that we are now using reference management software, and this allows us to do some interesting analyses, so we thought we’d share a few….

Over 6400 papers have been published that use EyeLink eye trackers (up to 2017, which is the last year we currently have complete data for). As you can see from the figure below, over the last 20 years we have grown from just 2 papers in 1997 to almost 800 in 2017.

Over 70% of the papers in our database are published in the 50 journals listed below.