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BIOPAC Basic Scripting – video demos and downloads now available

Significantly reduce analysis time and improve consistency with standardized automated procedures!

BIOPAC Basic Scripting license

Use BIOPAC Basic Scripting to improve the quality of your data with greater standardization and consistency—guarantee reproducibility, no matter who is controlling the experiment!

Control AcqKnowledge functions, automate recording and analysis routines, customize the AcqKnowledge display with guiding prompts, quickly mark large files, import 3rd-party data, and more.

Scripts are easily created within AcqKnowledge and do not require programming experience, but a familiarity with scripting will certainly help. The commands are documented in the online reference library and example Script Downloads assist in the learning and development process.

Click here for Scripting Downloads & Demos.

6/2/2012

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free BIOPAC webinar

Eye Tracking and Mobile-Remote Participants

Learn how to set up eye tracking glasses and collect, analyze, and combine eye tracking & physiology data to extract the most value from your experiment.
– study mobile or remote participants
– capture areas of interest, fixations, heat maps, dwell time, and more
– synchronize with biometrics such as EEG, ECG, EDA, EMG/fEMG, RSP
– develop insights in ergonomics, product development, UI/UX, group dynamics, performance development, training, etc.
Webinar is LIVE on February 27th at 8 AM PT.

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