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DSI Dataquest A.R.T. System

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http://alaska.eagle-i.net/i/0000012b-3122-5b3b-2931-88b580000000

Resource Type

  1. Software

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  1. Resource Description
    "One of DSI acquisition and analysis system’s that allows researchers to monitor and collect physiologic data from conscious, freely moving laboratory animals. Physiological parameters that are monitored by DSI Transmitters and transmitted via radio frequency signals to a variety of DSI receivers can be collected and analyzed by Dataquest A.R.T. DSI’s Dataquest A.R.T.™ system collects digital data with accuracy, reliability and ease, and maintains digital data from the receiver to the computer to optimize data integrity throughout the system. The entire family of PC-based Dataquest A.R.T.™ software, including Dataquest® OpenART and A.R.T. Analysis is ideal for collecting telemetry information, no matter the number or size of animals being studied. Sampling rate, calibrations, implant type, animals monitored, extracted features, and other protocol settings can be easily selected using a Windows® graphical user interface." Possible measurements include: heart rate, respiration rate, blood pressure, EEG, EMG, EKG, and body temperature
  2. Contact
    Jack, Jason
  3. Manufacturer
    0000013d-bc6f-e11f-ecc6-81a580000000
  4. Used by
    Animal Quarters Core Laboratory
  5. Version
    2.1
  6. Operating System
    Microsoft Windows
  7. Data Input
    animal activity data
  8. Software purpose
    Electromyography
  9. Website(s)
    http://www.datasci.com/products/software/dsi_dataquest_art.asp
  10. Related Technique
    Data acquisition
  11. Related Technique
    Animal physiology monitoring
  12. Related Technique
    Data analysis
  13. Software license
    Proprietary commercial software license
 
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