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DataView is a PC program for recording and analysing data derived from analog signals using A/D acquisition systems. It is primarily designed for neuroscientists, but it may be of interest to other scientists and engineers dealing with similar digitised data.


Latest version: 10.8.0 released April 2017 (feature history)

The links below give further details, but the best way to see what DataView can do is to download it and try for yourself.

Feature details

Chart, Scope and Matrix views of data traces

Supported file formats

Interactive and intuitive event recognition and analysis.

Spike sorting with 3D visualisation of principal components, wavelets and other parameters,

Data filtering and transformation. Mains interference "de-buzz".
Non-linear curve-fit of arbitrary expressions to data. Fit exponential or error-function time constants.
Sonogram, spectral analysis and discrete wavelet transform analysis.

Phase-plane analysis, Lorentz (Poincaré) return maps, correlation, dwell-time analysis, JPSTH and more ...

Export publication quality graphics. Convert files to video format. Play data as sound!

Batch process multiple operations.

Recording using microphone input, Aruduino microcontroller, or DataTranslation AD/DA boards (including stimulating).

References to research projects that have used DataView.

Use with students to give hands-on experience of sophisticated analysis procedures.

The list above gives only a brief overview of what DataView can do. If you think it looks interesting, the best thing to do is to download it and try it out!

DataView is written by
Dr. W. J. Heitler
University of St Andrews


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