If you haven't already done so, see our tutorial, Finding records in PhysioBank. Here's a brief overview of what you can do on this page:
|to make a new List of records belonging to all of the selected Lists.|
|to make a new List of records belonging to any of the selected Lists.|
|to make a new List of records
not belonging to the selected List.|
(To get the complement of more than one List, combine them first using or .)
|to make a new List by choosing a subset of the selected List (see below).|
|to discard the selected Lists.|
When you click , the PhysioBank ATM opens the selected List (the source List). Use any of the ATM's tools to examine any of the records in the source List. Accept or reject individual records using the ATM's and buttons. When you return to this page, new Lists of records you have accepted or rejected appear below the source List. The source List is unaltered, but if you open it again in the ATM, your previous classifications will be visible and you may change them or classify additional records.
Lists created using , , or are not updated if the Lists from which they were created have changed (for example, if they are based on "accepted from" or "rejected from" Lists created using ).
Please note that PhysioBank Record Search allows you to search for records using criteria that can be evaluated with reference to information contained in the PhysioBank Index only. The Index does not contain information about transient events within records or their locations; if it's not in the Index, this search cannot find it!
You can restore your session if you return to this page within a few days, but your saved searches do not update themselves when the PhysioBank Index is updated; rerun them to get updated results if necessary. The Lists in the Results section are plain text files that can be downloaded if you need to keep them for reference.
The interactive search interface used here was inspired by the one pioneered by PaperChase, originally developed at Boston's Beth Israel Hospital for searching the MEDLINE database of biomedical literature.