The Biopac Student Lab software has a very useful and powerful integration tool within its calculation menu. Using the Integrate function you will be able to calculate airflow volume. You must calibrate your airflow transducer before proceeding with this application. If you are unsure of the calibration procedure, please see application note #PH135.
After completing the calibration procedure, go to the MP30 menu and select Setup channels. The Setup channels dialogue box follows.
fNIRS is growing in popularity as a tool for studying human cognition including workload, memory, learning, attention and more. It is simpler than ever to incorporate into your experiments.
You will learn how to: – Operate fNIRS equipment – Record high quality data – Perform an experiment – Analyze data – Synchronize with other physiological signals – Synchronize with stimulus presentation
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