ok sir, let it be. i thought they are woking on labview and confused with the training material. i thought they are refering training material of NI. well thanks for the post and i will definitely ask you whenever i stuck. can i ask you a question.are you also from NI? if no, can i ask you for your mail id. pls dont think this is again a foolish question as i am not sure by looking your profile whether u r from NI or not. If you are from NI then i know you cant provide your mail id
No I don't work for NI. Only the user with the Blue bars beneath the user name are NI employees. I'm sorry, but I don't really want to publish my email address here but, please feel free to post back with any technical questions you have. I personally haven't done bio-med in quite a few years so I can't help much with that but there are a lot of forum members with that sort of experience. There are a lot of forum members with extensive experience in generic data acquisition and it seems that is where you are stuck right now.
Sir i am mainly working on EMG signal acquisition. Although ECG signal are more or less similar but if there is a tutorial full on EMG signals, please provide me that one.
Also during my search on internet on EMG signal acqusition, i came acrss an articl in which i t is mentioned that there is a VI for EMG acqusition named"EMG Force.vi" from NI itself. Sir i am not able to find that in examples, sir please provide me that VI.
Actually the main problem with me is that, i created this forum late and now i have to complete my project in next week itself, so i am running short of time. Please sir i am heartly thankful to you if you provide that VI to me.
I am attaching the document where i read about the readymade EMG Force VI.
This VI that you are looking for is not created by National Instruments. It is not in the examples or in any of our training material. From the pdf that you linked, it seems that the VI is on the course site itself. You may find it there.
There are filters which you can use in LabVIEW. If you have the Full or Professional version of LabVIEW, you will have access to these Signal Processing VIs. You can find out more about the use of these filters in the LabVIEW help or in this article. You can also find information on processing the incoming signal in the article on using LabVIEW for ECG Analysis (I know they are slightly different, but the concepts hold).
hello cappilohia , I am working on the same project !!! and since u know better than me , i would ask ur help then....i jut started so have u done ur work ? if not give me ur msn and i will share with u the work .. i need to do this before next friday !! I will appreciate ur help , i have done couple of projects for Densiometry and Spirometry if u need help