This script overview covers placing start and end markers at the rising edge of the first and falling edge of the last TTL pulse in a selection. If it is a single TTL pulse, it will place the markers at the rising and falling edges.
As described at the end of the video, this script download is modified to place the end marker a few seconds after the last pulse, rather than on the falling edge. This way physiological responses that occur in the few seconds after the last stimulus pulse can be measured.
See Script 005 to download the version that places a marker on the falling edge of the last pulse.
Script download contains sample data file and BIOPAC Basic Script.
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