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Script 007 – Mark selection




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When a data file is noisy, it can be difficult to obtain a clean, consistent rate channel. The first step in cleaning up the noisy rate channel is to mark the beginning and end of the noisy segments. This script places beginning and end markers for the user selected area.

After the noisy segments have been marked accordingly, the signal can be cleaned using interpolation. See Script 008 to download the second script in this series which interpolates the area between markers. The markers will be left in place as a record of the data areas that were cleaned.

Script download contains sample data file and BIOPAC Basic Script.

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