PhysioNet: a Web-based resource for the study of physiologic signals

@article{Moody2001PhysioNetAW,
  title={PhysioNet: a Web-based resource for the study of physiologic signals},
  author={Gary Moody and Rubinstein Mark and A L Goldberger},
  journal={IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine},
  year={2001},
  volume={20},
  pages={70-75}
}
Free access to a signals archive and a signal processing/analysis software library fosters online collaboration. This article aims to introduce PhysioNet as a resource to the biomedical research community. After a capsule summary of its history and goals, we discuss what PhysioNet offers to researchers, describe some of the technology needed to support these functions, and conclude with observations gleaned from PhysioNet's first year of service. 
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