Analyze ECGs is a graphical data analysis tool for use on analog input DAQ data, such as that of RTLab. It is useful for opening the '.nds' file format produced by RTLab's data acquisition program, DAQSystem (it can also open regular ASCII files). Aside from being a general-purpose multichannel analog data editing tool, it also contains custom features useful for analyzing cardiac data. However, it can be used for editing/viewing general-purpose data as well. Additionally, this program can convert '.nds' files to ASCII format data.
|Tags||Utilities Scientific/Engineering Visualization Neuroscience Bioinformatics|
|Operating Systems||Unix POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds CTRL+SHIFT+Mouse Button to select a 'caliper' area (see mouse help in the menus for explanation).
Release Notes: This release fixed a major crash bug when opening data files with more than 8 channels. When opening data files with more than 8 channels but less than 16 there was slow memory corruption, which is now fixed. When opening data files with more than 16 channels, the program used to instantly crash, but this has been fixed. This release fixes a minor memory leak in the Fast Fourier Transform code (used only on sophisticated power-spectrum analysis for power users).
No changes have been submitted for this release.