ExportPosted on Wednesday June 23, 2021
The Export function will translate recorded data into a spreadsheet and contains many options to best fit your data needs.
To export data:
1. Open the test that contains the data you wish to export
2. Click on Export at the bottom of the screen to open a pop-out menu
3. From this pop-out menu, choose which tables to export – see image below for explanation of different table options
Note that when exporting to Excel, it’s best to use a Comma Separator and file type .csv
4. Click Browse to select the save location, enter a file name, and choose file type. Save as type .csv to open the data with Excel. Click OK
5. When done, click Export
Explore export options:
Your export options are listed in this pop-out menu. Notice the three major sections: Export, Include All, and Data Columns.
Here’s a table of all of our export options – see examples below.
Two of the most common export tables are Data and Marker. Data tables are best for re-graphing results using another software program, while Marker tables are the simplest way to read all biomarker values.
You may choose to include Steps, Channels, and Results. Each Step of a protocol features different stimulus parameters. Channel refers to a recording from which the data is flowing; this can be RE, LE, occipital lobe, or a virtual channel based on one of these. Results are recorded waveforms that are averages of multiple sweeps.
Pertaining specifically to the Data Table, Contents label the columns, Results show each recorded result, Sweeps display each sweep averaged to create a result. Generally, contents will always be on and sweeps usually shows too much information.
Examples of each table:
Amplitudes and latencies of biomarkers. S, C, R stand for Step, Channel, Result. Marker Name, amplitude (vU) and latency (ms) are listed.
This table lists the amplitude for each datapoint acquired. Notice that Step 1, Channel 1 (RE), had three recorded waveforms. The Amplitude and time points of each data point are listed out in columns.
A table of contents for all of the information provided within an export file; this table describes the location of the other tables in this file
Information about the patient and test
Summarizes the number of steps, results, trials, and rejections
Stimulus parameters for each step of the protocol