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ErgoAnalysis

This page shows how to add data to ErgoLink after Measurement. It's direct continuation after Measurement Walkthrough so be sure to take a loot at that part.

 

Downloading data to ErgoLink

1.

Start ErgoLink

3.

In ErgoLink's page 'Project management', create a 'Project' for the data.

5.

Select the Participant and head to the page 'Download Measurement'

2.

Connect all the MCells and the phone to the PC, using USB-hub. Allow the PC to enter the phones memory by confiming the message on phone’s window.

4.

Create a 'Participant' with necessary information to the Project.

6.

Make sure all the devices and the phone is visible in the Download page. If not, resort to troubleshoot

Same steps in the video below.

7.

Under each MCell device, select the correct starting time of the measurement to the dropdown box. Next choose the corresponding files from the phone according to the next step.

9.

When all is selected, check that all seems OK and click 'Transfer Files'When done the data should now appear as a file under the selected participant. Open the file by double-clicking it.

8.

For the phone, to the upper box, select the measurement file('start_time.csv'), from the phone memory. It is stored at: 

*Phone root*
\Documents\Myontec\Ergo Analysis\*Start Time*\


Next, for the bottom box, select any and all video files, captured during the measurement. They are at path:

*Phone root*
\Pictures\Myontec\Ergo Analysis\*Start Time*\

 

Splice and prepare the data for reporting

1.

After opening the data, check that there are data sources from heart rate, emg, angles and video. The X-axis of chart represents time and duration of the measurement.

3.

Move the cursor to a point where the volunteer is keeping the arms and back at neutral position. Click 'Set angles to zero' to offset angles to correct position.

5.

Move the cursor to a desired area start, click 'Add AOI'. Find the cursor to the area end and click the button again. The selected area is highlighted with green hue and added to the AOI list. Assign any craeted task name to the AOI. Create as many number of tasks as necessary. Tasks may also be overlapping each other

7.

You are done at preparing the file. Repeat for all measurements.

2.

So set the reference values, select 'Add MVC' using the cursor at the start- and endpoint of the desired area.
When successful, the MVC are will be highlighted with red color and values are shown.

By default, the values use 'running 1 second max' for each channel. If you wish to change the reference values, they can now be edited manually

4.

Under AOI's, create tasks by clicking 'Manage AOI's'. Create any number of tasks.

6.

After all AOIs are created, click 'Save' (or at any previous point). You may now leave the open measurement.