Heart Rate Variability (HRV) provides quantitative markers related with the sympathetic or vagal activity. This plugin enables extraction and analysis of temporal, spectral, and non linear parameters from Electrocardiography (ECG) or Photoplethysmography (PPG). All algorithms were implemented according to the "Standards of Measurement, Physiological Interpretation & Clinical Use" by ESC & NASPE.
Muscle activity is usually assessed using time and spectral features. This plugin extracts statistical information from Electromyography (EMG) sensor data. Its automatic onset detection algorithm enables analysis of each individual muscle activation event, in addition to overall analysis of the recording session. Timings analysis is also done for each activation relative to a reference muscle.
Electrodermal responses are characterized as phasic changes in the skin conductance, and associated with the sympathetic nervous system activation. This plugin has been designed to compute overall statistics, basic spectral analysis, and extract typical event-related phasic features from Electrodermal Activity (EDA) sensor data.
Respiratory data provide useful information about the breathing dynamics. Designed to work with Respiration (PZT) sensor data, this plugin is a convenient way to determine respiratory rate and other useful temporal and statistical parameters associated with the respiratory cycles.
Multimodal data acquisition usually involves recording data from sources like video cameras. Given that the biosignal hardware and the camera are independent sources, a common problem when replaying the session is synchronization of both. This plugin provides an easy way to replay biosignal data synchronously with video using for example our LED accessory to provide a common event to both devices.
Force data can be used for several applications. Center of gravity distribution, jump analysis, weight assessment and force production capacity are just some of applications. This plugin allow you to observe, in real-time, the center of gravity and the force produced in each moment.
Evaluates the muscular load that the muscles are subjected during a normal work day. It measures the static, median and high intensity levels.