ECG-kit

This toolbox is a collection of Matlab tools that Mariano Llamedo Soria used, adapted or developed during his PhD and post-doc work with the Besicos group at University of Zaragoza, Spain and at the National Technological University of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Description

The main feature of this toolbox is that it allows the use of several popular algorithms for ECG processing, including:

The toolbox also includes scripts for inspecting, correcting and reporting results from these algorithms.

[schematic]

Scheme of the classes involved in the several tasks implemented in the ecg-kit toolbox.

ECG-kit has a common application programmer interface (API) implemented in Matlab under Windows, Linux or Mac. The kit also implements a recording interface that allows processing several ECG formats, such as MIT, ISHNE, HES, Mortara, and AHA, of arbitrary recording size. (The record so far is a one-week recording of 3 leads, sampled at 500 Hz).

The project website is http://marianux.github.io/ecg-kit/. The directory listing below provides links to components of a stable version (1.0); here is a link to a zip file of the full ecg-kit.

Below are links to

[recording 208]

A report of the mitdb/208 recording created with the ecg-kit toolbox. The QRS detections created with several algorithms are shown in different colours (vertical dotted lines ended with triangles). In addition, the ecg delineation is represented as coloured boxes superimposed to the signal. Finally the heartbeat classification is printed above each heartbeat.

Sample Input

The documentation includes a first example and another example, as well as tutorials and further documentation.

Data from Physionet are included with the kit in the recordings subdirectory. ECG-kit has been tested on Windows 7 and Linux Ubuntu and Debian platforms.

Acknowledgments

Many thanks to Andrés Demski from UTN who helped to this project before he learned how to use it. Thanks also to all the friends in Zaragoza, Porto and Lund, and especially to the ones closest to the project:

We also acknowledge all those listed below, who were important in many ways to the fulfilment of this project:

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[DIR] common/ 25-Aug-2015 17:13 - [DIR] examples/ 04-Aug-2015 19:24 - [DIR] help/ 04-Aug-2015 19:24 - [DIR] recordings/ 04-Aug-2015 19:24 - [   ] LatestVersion 25-Aug-2015 17:13 30 [TXT] Contents.m 25-Aug-2015 17:13 212 [TXT] info.xml 25-Aug-2015 17:13 421 [TXT] local.css 02-Oct-2015 23:29 3.1K C# source file [TXT] UnInstallECGkit.m 25-Aug-2015 17:13 5.6K [TXT] InstallECGkit.m 25-Aug-2015 17:13 16K [   ] ecg-kit-0.1.1.zip 04-Aug-2015 20:43 39M .zip compressed file [   ] ecg-kit-0.1.4.zip 25-Aug-2015 17:09 39M .zip compressed file [   ] ecg-kit-0.1.0.zip 19-Jun-2015 20:30 39M .zip compressed file

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