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  Subject:   Problem in viewing decomp file
 
From:   shashi Date:   22 Jun 2007 10:14 am  
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  Hi,

I have a problem in viewing decomposed file.
I decomposed the signal which is there in this website
(ie R00108).I decomposed the signal for every 2secs and saved on the same folder R001. But when I open the Decomp file, I can only see the saved templates and firing patterns, but not the associated EMG file. I dont know where I am going wrong.

But when I open the sample data from the emglab, which has been done for the same signal R00108, and when this signal is decomposed, I could see the templates, firing pattern and the associated EMG file. why is that??

Thanks in advance,

Regards
shashi

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  Subject:   Re: Problem in viewing decomp file
 
From:   Kevin McGill Date:   22 Jun 2007 6:28 pm  
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  Hi Shashi,

This is due to a bug in the program.

The easiest work-around is to set the Matlab current working directory to be R001 and then load the decomp file. (If the .dat file and .decomp file are in different folders, you should set the Matlab current working directory to be the one containing the .dat file.)

You could also add the R001 folder to the Matlab path.

We will fix this bug in the next version of EMGlab.

Kevin



shashi wrote:
>Hi,
>
>I have a problem in viewing decomposed file.
>I decomposed the signal which is there in this website
>(ie R00108).I decomposed the signal for every 2secs and saved on the same folder R001. But when I open the Decomp file, I can only see the saved templates and firing patterns, but not the associated EMG file. I dont know where I am going wrong.
>
>But when I open the sample data from the emglab, which has been done for the same signal R00108, and when this signal is decomposed, I could see the templates, firing pattern and the associated EMG file. why is that??
>
>Thanks in advance,
>
>Regards
>shashi
>
>
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