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BSL Analysis Only – Windows (English, French, Japanese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese)

Type of Download

Software

Description

The BSL Student Download will install an analysis-only version of current release Biopac Student Lab software (BSL 4.1) that can be used to prepare for labs outside of the classroom and analyze Biopac Student Lab data files on a computer without an MP3X or MP45 data acquisition unit connected.

Biopac Student Lab RSD Software

Scroll to the Upgrade section below and choose the appropriate download. You must be logged in (or create an account) to complete the download.

See also: Enabling the Transform Menu in BSL Analysis (RSD)


Looking for another version?

If you are recording data with previous releases, contact BIOPAC to discuss upgrading to the current release and in the meantime, get the corresponding BSL Analysis download:


 

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