This short tutorial covers basic concepts that make the Biopac Student Lab System unique and powerful. This guide also provides detailed instructions on how to use important features of the program for data recording and analysis. You are encouraged to open the Sample Data File and follow along as you complete the tutorial. Have fun experimenting with the display and analysis functions of the Biopac Student Lab—interacting with the software as the tutorial explains functionality will ease the learning curve. For more information, see your instructor or review the BSL Software Guide.
The tutorial contents are as follows:
BSL 4 Users: BSL 4 Tutorial
BSL 3.7 Users: BSL 3.7 Tutorial
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