The MP36R Scripting System (-BAS) ships with a 4-channel data acquisition unit and AcqKnowledge software licensed for BIOPAC Basic Scripting, a scripting language development option.
MP36R four-channel data acquisition unit has built-in universal amplifiers that can record a wide range of physiological signals. For compatible SS#L Series hardware, see Transducers, Stimulation, and Gas Analysis.
AcqKnowledge Acquisition & Analysis Software is an interactive, intuitive program that lets you instantly view, measure, transform, and analyze data. Perform complex data acquisition, stimulation, triggering, and automated analysis routines using simple pull-down menus and dialogs—no need to learn a programming language or new protocol.
BIOPAC Basic Scripting allows you to customize the AcqKnowledge display, control, automate, or consolidate AcqKnowledge functions, and increase standardization and consistency to improve the quality of data. Scripting allows for viewing of runtime variables, creating new script files and editing existing script files, triggering of individual script functions for testing, and single step functionalities. Scripts are easily created within AcqKnowledge and do not require programming experience, but a familiarity with scripting will certainly help.
Scripting license includes Workflow, a new automation tool that significantly saves time and improves consistency with standardized procedures. A user-friendly drag-and-drop interface allows you to automate and repeat the signal-conditioning and processing steps your protocol requires in an easy-to-use process without programming or scripting knowledge.
Scripting Commands are documented in the online reference library and Script examples and tutorials assist in the learning and development process. The scripting license is available for AcqKnowledge 4.1 and above.
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