BSL Analysis Only – Mac (English, French, Japanese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese)
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Type of Download
This download will install an analysis-only version of the BSL 4.1 software that allows you to analyze Biopac Student Lab data files on a computer without an MP3X or MP45 data acquisition unit connected.
Enables Review Saved Data (RSD) Analysis tools only; data cannot be acquired with this version.
BSL Analysis can read BSL Lesson or PRO files generated by Biopac Student Lab software for Mac or Windows.
Important! Files saved with BSL 4.1.x RSD can only be opened with the corresponding full BSL 4.1..x release (and are not compatible with earlier releases).
Download the appropriate zip from the Upgrade section below, extract the zipped folder, then launch the pkg file to install the program.
BSL 4.1.3 users (English, French, Japanese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese): BSL_Analysis_413m.zip
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