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BSL PRO Tutorial

Version:

BSL 4: 02.27.13, BSL 3.7: 08.11.10

Description:

To learn how the Biopac Student Lab PRO works, use this interactive tutorial with the Mac demo or PC demo and read the Overview Chapter of the BSL PRO Software Guide. For an in-depth discussion of BSL PRO features and how they can make your work easier, read further chapters of the BSL PRO Manual.

The BSL PRO Manual (PDF format) also is under the Help menu of the BSL PRO application.

This tutorial demonstrates the use of BSL PRO software with a BIOPAC MP36, MP35, or MP45 data acquisition unit.

Note: MP30 users may see different features when using the software with the MP30 unit. Consult an older BSL PRO Manual for information about using BSL PRO 3.7 with the MP30.

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