Visualizing Time-course and Efficacy of In-vivo Measurement of Uterine EMG Signals in Sheep

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A method for constructing condensed yet concise visualization of a long-term bioinformatics research project is presented. The chart combines information on data quality and chronology of research activities. It is implemented as Microsoft Excel spreadsheet with VBA automation. The project comprised 3100 hours of EMG measurements in 23 pregnant sheep, each… (More)

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@inproceedings{Vidmar2006VisualizingTA, title={Visualizing Time-course and Efficacy of In-vivo Measurement of Uterine EMG Signals in Sheep}, author={Gaj Vidmar and Branimir L. Lesko{\vs}ek and Drago Rudel}, year={2006} }