1. Select a diagnosis, patient number, and muscle.

2. The corresponding signals are shown in the Files list. The first file in the list is usually an archive containing all the other files in the list.

3. To preview a signal online, select it from the Files list and click Preview (requires Java Plug-in 1.5.0 or higher). The header information is displayed in the Description box, and the signal is displayed in the detail and thumbnail panels. Use the popup menus to view different channels (for multi-channel signals), to apply high- pass filtering, and to select a color scheme. Use the side buttons to change the scale and to scroll the displays. You can also scroll by dragging the green cursors. The thumbnail cursor can be resized by clicking and dragging its edges.

4. If an annotation file is available, unit identification numbers are shown in the detail panel. Select Annotations from the Signal/ Annotations popup to view the firing patterns and instantaneous firing rates.

5. To download the archive or an individual signal, select it and click Download. Some signals have been down-sampled from the originally supplied versions. To download the original versions, click on "(show original files)." If you have a slow connection and use a download accelerator, click on "(show direct links)" to select an accelerator-compatible download page.

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