The Ensemble Average Segments script allows the user to average user-selected areas of a data file, such as baseline, recovery, or intervals of cleaner data. It is extremely useful for impedance cardiography, ECG, and vibromyography signal analysis.
This script excises data segments (demarcated by user-defined global markers) into separate files and then invokes an ensemble averaging routine and applies it to all the data in user-selected channels. Place the following files under the AcqKnowledge Script directory: – EnsembleAverage.ui – SegmentMarkerSelection.ui – Ensemble Average Segments.bbs
The Script directory is found under:
Windows 7 C:ProgramDataBIOPAC Systems, IncAcqKnowledge 4.2.1Scripts
Mac OS /Applications/AcqKnowledge 4.2/AcqKnowledge.app/Contents/Resources/Scripts
To access the “AcqKnowledge.app” and subdirectories, right-click the AcqKnowledge application icon and select “Show Package Contents.”
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What you will learn: • Correct equipment set up and operation • Principles of the CNAP measurement technology • How to get reproducible data • How to interface equipment and optimize multiple measurements • Automatic blood pressure analysis • Application of the “Focus Areas” feature in AcqKnowledge Software
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