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.EDAT File Extension

2 file types use the .edat file extension.

File Type 1E-DataAid 1.x File

DeveloperPsychology Software Tools
Popularity
3.0 (5 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

What is an EDAT file?

File created by E-DataAid version 1, a data manipulation tool included with E-Prime psychology study software; saves data in the format of rows and columns; saves participant input data during the data collection phase; can be exported to StatView, SPSS, Microsoft Excel, Compressed IFIS, and text formats for statistical analysis.

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The E-Prime software is commonly used in research environments for conducting experiments in behavioral research, fMRI research, and eye tracking research.

NOTE: E-DataAid version 2 saves files with the .EDAT2 extension.

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Programs that open EDAT files
Updated 6/29/2011

File Type 2Sony Encrypted Data File

DeveloperSony
Popularity
2.2 (5 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatBinary

.EDAT File Association 2

Data file used by Sony PlayStation systems, including PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Portable (PSP); contains encrypted game or system data, such as a theme or a game add-on; typically seen within downloaded packages from the Sony PlayStation Network (PSN) online store.

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Sony uses EDAT files to apply Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection to game and system data. The ".edat" extension is typically added to the existing file extension. For example, a .P3T theme file may use the ".p3t.edat" extension.

Due to the encryption on EDAT files, they can only be opened by the Sony PSP. However, they still may be transferred to a computer by connecting the PSP to a computer via a USB connection.

Programs that open EDAT files
Updated 4/26/2010

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