EMG Webinar | How to get Great EMG (Electromyography) Data-Analysis
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Date Thursday, February 16, 2017
Location On Demand Playback
How to analyze EMG (Electromyography) Data using BIOPAC’s AcqKnowledge software. This presentation is ideal for researchers in both academic and commercial settings who need to record and analyze accurate EMG data for their experiments. Fundamental techniques include:
Filtering, rectification and smoothing
How to normalize EMG data to an MVC (maximum voluntary contraction)
Identifying muscle activation automatically
Frequency and power analysisAnalysis procedures will be reviewed also in the context of specific applications, such as the use of facial EMG for measuring emotional response, startle response scoring, EMG activity as an indicator of stress and applications in ergonomics, frequency measures to evaluate fatigue, etc.
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