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To analyze Biopac Student Lab data files on a computer without an MP3X or MP45 data acquisition unit connected, use this software download (13 MB). The download will install an analysis-only version of the software, which will allow you to use the Review Saved Data (RSD) tools. You cannot acquire data with this version.
This download is compatible with Mac OS X 10.3-10.4 and can read BSL Lesson or PRO files generated by Biopac Student Lab 3.7.1 or below for Mac or Windows.
Note: You must use Stuffit Expander (see link to free download below) to open the file.
BSL Lesson data—Open and analyze data recorded with the Biopac Student Lab Lesson software.
BSL PRO data—To open a BSL PRO file you have to rename the file to meet the BSL Lesson naming convention.
The naming convention for Lessons is BIOPACfile-L18
Note that there is no dot.
The number does not have to be 18—it can be any two digit number between 01 and 99.
You can have any sequence of letters before -L. For example, file-L03, ECGtest-L77 and Longfilename-L11 are all legitimate file names.
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