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RE: R-R interval files [ reply ]
By: Prathiban Rengarajan on 2018-02-22 06:31
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Thanks for your help,

I have transformed my file to ASCII format, then tried with RR interval and beat positions. Both data works perfectly.

RE: R-R interval files [ reply ]
By: Abraham Otero on 2018-02-21 14:42
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Instead of keeping the second column, keep the last one, the absolute Instant of occurrence of the beat. That should do it.

Here is an example of a file with the format expected by RHRV


http://rhrv.r-forge.r-project.org/tutorial/example.beats

RE: R-R interval files [ reply ]
By: Prathiban Rengarajan on 2018-02-21 11:18
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Rplot01.png (16) downloads
Unable to upload the image in my last post, here i have attached image of NIHR plot

RE: R-R interval files [ reply ]
By: Prathiban Rengarajan on 2018-02-21 11:17
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baselinerr.csv (12) downloads
Thanks for your suggestion Abraham Otero,

I tried only with RR interval data removing all other data and used following arguments
dat = read.table("baselinerr.csv", sep = ',', header = TRUE)
hrv = CreateHRVData()
hrv = LoadBeatRR(hrv, "baselinerr.csv", RecordPath = ".", scale = 1, datetime = "1/1/1900 0:0:0", verbose = NULL)
hrv = BuildNIHR(hrv)
PlotNIHR(hrv)

NIHR plot is different in this case. I have uploaded data and image file also

Kindly suggest me script for my data

RE: R-R interval files [ reply ]
By: Abraham Otero on 2018-02-21 06:26
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The file seems to contain the RR intervals in the second column, but it contains quite a lot of other information. You will have to transform the file to extract just the second column and transform it in a format similar to the tutorial.

R-R interval files [ reply ]
By: Prathiban Rengarajan on 2018-02-20 20:55
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baseline.csv (15) downloads
Hai
I have HRV data exported as RR intervals in CSV file, I tried all possible ways given in the forum and manual, but unable to create HRV Data in RHRV. Could anyone solve this issue? I have uploaded 10mins data file in CSV format.

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