Eye movement analysis can provide insights into the cognitive processes in human mind and have been successfully utilized to study visual tasks such as reading and exploration of digital displays. However recording eye movements requires costly equipment and the face-to-face individual data collection forces us to work with only a limited number of participants. Interactive displays are alternatively evaluated through mouse movements which can be collected considerably easier than eye movements. It is however an open question if and how these two types of movement are linked. In this project, we study the link between eye and mouse movements to understand the eye-hand coordination specifically with visual search tasks in geographic displays.