EDFbrowser 1.76 freeware
A free opensource multiplatform viewer for medical timeseries storage files like EEG, EMG, ECG, BioImpedance, etc. The tool lets you add or remove signals, and in case you need to eliminate a particular signal you need to perform a left click on the label of the signal you want to remove. What’s more, you can adjust the position and size of the signals, as well as organize them in a specific order.
|Author||Teunis van Beelen|
|OS||Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||EDF Browser, ASCII to EDF, EDF Converter, EDF, Browser, Converter|
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|1.76||May 13, 2020||New Release||Adjust filter dialog: fixed a bug that potentially could cause a crash (segmentation fault).
Fixed some compiler warnings related to deprecated declarations.
Signalchooser widget: skip it if there's only one signal on the screen.
Adapt the colorbutton when choosing varying colors when loading signals.
|1.75||Apr 27, 2020||New Release||Color chooser dialog: fixed a bug that showed a "vary colors" button in places where it shouldn't.
Pan-Tompkins QRS detector: added an improvement in order to recover faster after artefacts with very high amplitude.
Fixed a bug that caused a crash (segmentation fault) when opening the annotation editor caused by dereferencing a null-pointer.
|1.74||Apr 17, 2020||New Release||MIT (Physionet) to EDF+ converter: fixed a bug related to ADC baseline and ADC zero which could possibly cause a wrong DC-offset.
Fixed a bug that could render the keyboard shortcut for crosshairs inoperable.
Fixed a bug related to the option "Annotations: filter list only".
Override setting "Vary signal colors" when manually selecting a signal color in the "Add Signals" dialog.