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I would like to use the Fitt's Law to test some hypotheses. It's the first time I use it, and I have some doubts.

Then, I would also like to test its validity in certain situations, as well.

In my experiment, I have two conditions, differing in terms of difficulty.

Intuitively, I think I have to calculate the predicted values, using the Fitt's formula and verify if they are correlated with raw data.

Any advice?

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    $\begingroup$ Please, describe your experiment in detail. It does not become clear what your experiment is about. $\endgroup$ – drabsv Apr 24 at 18:02

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