When data is imported from COBI into AcqKnowledge the COBI data channels are labeled numerically from 0 to 32. It is helpful to display the channels with more descriptive names such as time, oxygenated, and deoxgenated hemoglobin channels. This script will transform the numerical labels into their corresponding descriptive labels provided the time channel is also imported. Modifications can be made to the script to only show channels specific to an experiment such as only showing the left hemisphere channels, or only showing the oxygenated channels. See scripts 021 through 026 for the modified script downloads.
Script download contains sample data file and BIOPAC Basic Script.
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