WFDB library subset for Matlab/Octave

Jose Garcia Moros and Salvador Olmos have contributed their reimplementations of a useful subset of the WFDB library, available here. They can be used to read and write WFDB annotation files and format 212 signal files using Matlab or Octave. The authors have also provided compiled versions of these files for use with Matlab under Linux, Solaris, and MS-Windows.

Several other software packages for reading and writing PhysioBank and compatible files are also available; look here for a list.

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[DIR] Parent Directory - [TXT] Contents.m 28-Nov-2000 03:12 934 Matlab/Octave source [TXT] example.m 28-Nov-2000 03:18 382 Matlab/Octave source [DIR] old/ 30-Jan-2001 14:16 - [TXT] rdsign212.c 28-Nov-2000 02:49 2.1K [   ] rdsign212.dll 28-Nov-2000 02:41 7.5K MS-Windows MEX binary [TXT] rdsign212.m 28-Nov-2000 03:27 477 Matlab/Octave source [   ] rdsign212.mexlx 28-Nov-2000 02:41 5.5K Linux MEX binary [   ] rdsign212.mexsol 28-Nov-2000 02:41 5.9K Solaris MEX binary [TXT] readannot.c 28-Nov-2000 02:54 8.1K [   ] readannot.dll 28-Nov-2000 02:53 10K MS-Windows MEX binary [TXT] readannot.m 28-Nov-2000 03:23 368 Matlab/Octave source [   ] readannot.mexlx 28-Nov-2000 02:54 8.8K Linux MEX binary [   ] readannot.mexsol 28-Nov-2000 02:55 8.8K Solaris MEX binary [TXT] readheader.m 28-Nov-2000 03:19 3.1K Matlab/Octave source [TXT] writeannot.c 28-Nov-2000 02:41 8.6K [   ] writeannot.dll 28-Nov-2000 02:41 11K MS-Windows MEX binary [   ] writeannot.mexlx 28-Nov-2000 02:41 9.3K Linux MEX binary [   ] writeannot.mexsol 28-Nov-2000 02:41 11K Solaris MEX binary

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