BSL Analysis downloads provide a “Review Saved Data (RSD)” version of the Biopac Student Lab software for students to install on their own computer outside of the lab. BSL Analysis software works without any data acquisition hardware connected and can be installed on multiple computers.
Students can use BSL Analysis software to
Prepare for the lab – read the physiology introduction, review the procedure, watch lesson videos, see sample data
Analyze the data – open data files and follow the analysis guide, complete the report in the online journal
Share the results – send report and data to instructor or classmates
BSL Analysis software is a FREE download—just LOGIN or REGISTER to download BSL Analysis.
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Download may take a few minutes and may display as a blank screen based on OS and browser security settings. For instance, Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10.x. run a number of security checks, which can add several minutes to the download.
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