Myosotic SignaPoint is a software application for the approachable analysis of biological signals. SignaPoint is optimized to work with Electromyography (EMG) signals, but may also be used with other biological signals such as ECG and EEG.
Description: Myosotic SignaPoint is a software application for the approachable analysis of biological signals. SignaPoint is optimized to work with Electromyography (EMG) signals, but may also be used with other biological signals such as ECG and EEG. Unlike most other EMG applications which operate with proprietary file formats, SignaPoint 2006 works with the widely exported .CSV and standard ASCII files. Such files could contain multiple signals with practically no limit in their time frame.
SignaPoint 2006 is designed for people working in the areas of electromyography and bio-signals research, university students practicing with bio-signals, athletics medical professionals and ergonomics professionals.
The specifications for a signal to be properly analyzed by SignaPoint 2006 are the following: Range from 1 mv to 10 V; Scan frequency from 50 Hz to 500 Hz. The user should manually enter brief header information in the top three lines of each signal so that SignaPoint 2006 could read the signal file.
One of the most useful features of SignaPoint 2006 is signal analysis with two cursors. Two-cursor analysis allows for intuitive signal browsing and defines flexible intervals for signal processing. SignaPoint 2006 supports more than 8 key processing functions such as Min, Max, Mean, Area, Power Spectrum, and Pathway Function. The signal processing analysis occurs over a period of time defined by two cursors over any part of the signal. The processing function can accommodate up to 1,024 samples which equates to one work window; if the scan frequency is 200Hz, then the longest period of analysis is 5.12 seconds.
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