Data sets for TAPAS

This page contains sample code and data-sets to support the usage of TAPAS.

PhysIO Examples with Data

Example data for the PhysIO toolbox, as described in the manual of the PhysIO Toolbox.

Download link: PhysIOToolbox_R2016a_examples.zip.

The following datasets are available:

  1. ECG3T
    Courtesy of Sandra Iglesias, Translational Neuromodeling Unit, ETH &
    University of Zurich
    4-electrode ECG and breathing belt, Philips 3T Achieva scanner
    Description: Standard example; shows how to use volume counting either
    from beginning or end of run to synchronize physiological logfile with
    acquisition onsets of fMRI scans.
  2. ECG7T
    Courtesy of Zina-Mary Manjaly, University Hospital Zurich
    4-electrode ECG and breathing belt, Philips 7T Achieva scanner
    Description: The ECG data for ultra-high field data is typically much
    noisier than at 3 Tesla. Therefore, R-wave peaks are frequently missed
    by prospective trigger detection and not marked correctly in the
    logfile. This example shows how to select typical R-wave-peaks manually
    and let the algorithm find the heartbeat events.
  3. PPU
    Courtesy of Diana Wotruba, University and University Hospital of Zurich
    PPU (finger plethysmograph) and breathing belt, Philips 3T Achieva
    scanner
    Description: Similar to ECG3T, but a plethysmograph instead of an ECG
    was used to monitor the cardiac pulsation. Example shows how to extract
    heart and breathing rate.
  4. PPU (General Electric)
    Courtesy of Steffen Bollmann, Kinderspital Zurich and ETH Zurich
    PPU (finger plethysmograph) and breathing belt, General Electric 3T
    scanner
    Description: Similar to PPU, but acquired on a GE system with two
    separate output logfiles for pulse oximetry and breathing amplitude,
    sampled with 40 Hz. The quality of the signal is particularly
    challenging, stemming from a patient population.
  5. ECG3T (Siemens)
    Courtesy of Miriam Sebold, Charite Berlin, and Quentin Huys, TNU Zurich
    4-electrode ECG data, Siemens 3T scanner
    Description: Similar to ECG 3T, but acquired on a Siemens system with only one logfile for ECG data. The quality of the signal is challenging, stemming from a patient population.