APE: average potential evaluation software for the LAB-8 system
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A paper-tape software system is described which allows the addition and/or subtraction of signal averaging data from the DEC advanced averager program. This pooled averaging data may be plotted, printed, or punched. A DEC LAB-8 system with 4K memory and high-speed reader/punch are required. Several examples of the application of the system to human evoked brain response data are presented, and the application of the system to other problems is discussed.
KeywordsTepa Digital Equipment Corporation Data Tape Electronic Data Processing Punch Paper Tape
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