The Load window

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Open this window by selecting Load from the \ovalbox{\rule[-.3mm]{0cm}{2.5mm}\small\sf ~File~\ensuremath{\nabla}~} menu.

Record
Specifies the name of the record to be viewed. The initial value of this field is the name of the record that you specified on the command line. To view another record, select this field and enter another record name.

Annotator
Specifies the name of the annotator whose annotations are shown. If you specified an annotator on the command line, the annotator name is the initial value of this field; otherwise, the field is initially empty. Fill in or change this field to view or edit a different set of annotations.

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Press this button to reload the current record. This is intended to be used if an external process has modified the record (e.g., by writing annotations, or by recalibrating a signal) since it was loaded into WAVE .

Calibration file
Specifies the name of the WFDB calibration file (a text file containing information on the relative scales of many types of signals). Initially, this field contains the value of the WFDBCAL environment variable. You should include path information in this field only if the WFDB calibration file is not found in the WFDB path.

WFDB path
Specifies the search path for WAVE 's input files. Initially, this field contains the value of the WFDB environment variable. Components are directory names, separated by colons (`:'). An empty component (either an initial or final colon, or two consecutive colons) specifies the current directory.

George B. Moody (george@mit.edu)
2014-03-13