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Posted 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.

Export:

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. 

 

Include All: 

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.  

 

Data Columns:  

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:  

 

Marker Table:  

Amplitudes and latencies of biomarkers. S, C, R stand for Step, Channel, Result. Marker Name, amplitude (vU) and latency (ms) are listed.  

 

Data Table:  

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. 

 

Contents table:  

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 

 

Header Table: 

Information about the patient and test 

 

Summary Table:  

Summarizes the number of steps, results, trials, and rejections 

 

Stimulus Table:  

Stimulus parameters for each step of the protocol