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Introduction to BioGraph

by Didier Combatalade, research director, Thought Technology

$99 plus $8 shipping in US. Free with purchase of a Procomp System

Overview of BioGraph Software
Physiological measurements
Basic controls and features of software
Main Menu
Display screens
Data channels
Multi-media features
Advantages of Windows based software
Resources for help: on-line, manual, bug list
ProComp+ Hardware
Connecting hardware to computer
Connecting sensors to the Procomp+
Sensor configuration
Zeroing EMG sensors
Recording a Session
Loading a display screen
Display screen categories
Selection and addition of client
Client confidential feature
Button bar controls: record, pause, stop, audio on/off, etc.
Testing procedures: ranges, offsets, EEG sensors
On the fly adjustments of display screens / instruments
Marking events
Saving recorded data
Viewing Recorded Data on the Report Screen
How to access the report screen
Pop-up menus
Listing of data channels
Button bar controls: T+ and T-, play, forward, reverse, slider
Artifact rejection features
Use of segments
Thick or thin lines
Multi-linegraph settings
Color setting
Scale position: right, left
Scale size: small, medium, big
Y-range: manual, auto
Threshold setting for reports
Saving report screen settings for display screen
Computing and printing statistical reports
Trend reports
View data live when using multi-line graphs
Loading and Reviewing Previously Saved Sessions
Display screen viewing
Protocol viewing
Building and Altering Display Screens
Screen building canvas
Instrument Toolbox
Review of each instrument
11 Max
Pop-up menu overview
Selection of data channels from default data channel set
Data display modes
Threshold types, manual, auto
Scaling, auto, manual
Averaging and smoothing
Instrument properties
Feedback selections for instruments: (prop., inv. Inhibit, clock)
Color and texture options
Instrument sizing and organization
Saving changes by overwriting screens
Creating New Data Channels
Virtual and real channels
Defining data channels
Changing channel names
Signal type assignment
Saving data channel sets
Saving data channel sets with display screens
Building New Protocols: An Overview
Record and play modes
Construction of protocol components
Audio options
Segments for selected data reporting
Prompts: sound, text, image
Event triggered protocols
Importing bitmaps, MIDI and wave files
Installing BioGraphX