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O
opening annotation filesannopen
opening database files2.1 Selecting Database Records
opening signal filesisigopen
operating systems (supported)About this Guide
order of annotations5.10 Annotation Order
output buffer sizesetobsize
oversampled signal (defined)A. Glossary
oversampled signals3.1 Signal Information Structures

P
paddingsetgvmode
paddinggetgvmode
path (database)1.4 The Database Path and Other Environment Variables
pathnames of WFDB files (obtaining)wfdbfile
Perl wrappersSWIG wrappers for Java, Perl, Python, and other languages
physical unit (defined)A. Glossary
physical unitsSignals, Samples, and Time
physical units3.1 Signal Information Structures
physical units3.2 Calibration Information Structures
physical units (conversion to and from adus)aduphys
physical units (conversion to and from adus)physadu
physical zero (defined)A. Glossary
physical zero level3.1 Signal Information Structures
PhysioBank5.9 NETFILES
PhysioNetA. Glossary
piped record5.8 Piped and Local Records
piped record (defined)A. Glossary
pipes (as WFDB files)5.2 Using Standard I/O for Database Files
plotting scale3.2 Calibration Information Structures
pointer argumentsAbout these functions
programming examples6. Programming Examples
prolog (defined)A. Glossary
prolog (in signal files)wfdbgetstart
prolog (in signal files)wfdbsetstart
prolog (in signal files)wfdbputprolog
prolog (in signal files)A. Glossary
pulse limits (calibration)3.2 Calibration Information Structures
pulse shape (calibration)3.2 Calibration Information Structures
putvec buffer sizesetobsize
Python wrappersSWIG wrappers for Java, Perl, Python, and other languages

Q
QRS annotation code4.1 Macros for Mapping Annotation Codes
QRS detectorExample 10: A QRS Detector
QRS detectorEvaluation of ECG Analyzers
QRS detectorSignal Processing Applications
QRS labelAnnotations

R
random access2.4 Non-Sequential Access to WFDB Files
reading 9-track tape5.7 Signals That Are Not Stored in Disk Files
reading annotationsgetann
reading annotationsungetann
reading calibration filescalopen
reading signalsgetvec
reading signalsgetframe
reading the WFDB pathgetwfdb
reallocating memorySREALLOC
recordRecords
record (defined)A. Glossary
record (piped)5.8 Piped and Local Records
record nameRecords
record name (defined)A. Glossary
record names (restrictions)newheader
records (creating)Example 8: Creating a New Database Record
reference annotation file (defined)A. Glossary
reference annotationsAnnotations
reference point (on QRS)3.4 Annotation Structures
release allocated memorySFREE
resamplingsetifreq
resamplingsetgvmode
resamplinggetgvmode
resamplinggetspf
resamplingsetiafreq
resamplinggetiafreq
resamplinggetiaorigfreq
resamplingsetafreq
resamplinggetvec
resamplingChanges in version 10.2.6 (24 June 2002)
resolutionsetafreq
resolution3.1 Signal Information Structures
resolutionA. Glossary
restrictions on function and variable names1.6 A Note on Identifiers
retrieving calibration datagetcal
return codesAbout these functions

S
sampleSignals, Samples, and Time
sample (defined)A. Glossary
sample frame5.4 Multi-Frequency Records
sample intervalSignals, Samples, and Time
sample interval (defined)A. Glossary
sample numberSignals, Samples, and Time
sample number (defined)A. Glossary
samples (invalid or missing)setgvmode
samples (invalid or missing)getgvmode
samples per frame3.1 Signal Information Structures
sampling frequencySignals, Samples, and Time
sampling frequency5.4 Multi-Frequency Records
sampling frequency (changing)setsampfreq
sampling frequency (defined)A. Glossary
scale (amplitude)3.1 Signal Information Structures
scale (amplitude)3.1 Signal Information Structures
scale (amplitude)3.2 Calibration Information Structures
scales (time and amplitude)Signals, Samples, and Time
segment information structure3.5 Segment Information Structures
segment length3.5 Segment Information Structures
segment name3.5 Segment Information Structures
segment start3.5 Segment Information Structures
segments (in multi-segment records)getseginfo
selecting database records2.1 Selecting Database Records
setting annotation code stringssetannstr, setanndesc, and setecgstr
signalSignals, Samples, and Time
signal (associating annotation with)3.4 Annotation Structures
signal (defined)A. Glossary
signal fileSignal Files
signal file (defined)A. Glossary
signal file (local)5.8 Piped and Local Records
signal file (on tape)5.7 Signals That Are Not Stored in Disk Files
signal file (piped)5.8 Piped and Local Records
signal file checksum3.1 Signal Information Structures
signal file description3.1 Signal Information Structures
signal file format3.1 Signal Information Structures
signal file length3.1 Signal Information Structures
signal file name3.1 Signal Information Structures
signal files (creating)osigopen
signal files (creating)osigfopen
signal files (opening)isigopen
signal group3.1 Signal Information Structures
signal group5.3 Multiplexed Signal Files
signal group (defined)A. Glossary
signal group number (defined)A. Glossary
signal I/O2.3 Reading and Writing Signals and Annotations
signal information structure3.1 Signal Information Structures
signal lookupfindsig
signal namefindsig
signal numberfindsig
signal number3.1 Signal Information Structures
signal number (defined)A. Glossary
signal type3.2 Calibration Information Structures
signals (non-sequential access)isigsettime
signals (non-sequential access)isgsettime
signals (non-sequential access)tnextvec
signals (oversampled)3.1 Signal Information Structures
signals (reading)getvec
signals (reading)getframe
signals (writing)putvec
simultaneous records5.6 Simultaneous Access to Multiple Records
skewwfdbgetskew
skewwfdbsetskew
skew (defined)A. Glossary
skipping gaps in signalstnextvec
skipping through WFDB files2.4 Non-Sequential Access to WFDB Files
sortann5.10 Annotation Order
special files (as signal files)5.7 Signals That Are Not Stored in Disk Files
standard annotation file3.3 Annotator Information Structures
standard I/O (as WFDB files)5.2 Using Standard I/O for Database Files
standard I/O (as WFDB files)5.8 Piped and Local Records
standard time format (defined)A. Glossary
standard time format (examples)strtim
start of sample datawfdbgetstart
start of sample datawfdbsetstart
start of sample datawfdbputprolog
start of sample dataA. Glossary
storing calibration dataputcal
string (conversion to and from annotation code)annstr, anndesc, and ecgstr
string (conversion to and from annotation code)strann and strecg
string (conversion to and from Julian date)datstr
string (conversion to and from Julian date)strdat
string (conversion to and from time)[ms]timstr
string (conversion to and from time)strtim
string allocationSSTRCPY
structure (annotation)3.4 Annotation Structures
structure (annotator information)3.3 Annotator Information Structures
structure (segment)3.5 Segment Information Structures
structure (signal information)3.1 Signal Information Structures
subtyp (in NOISE annotation)4. Annotation Codes
subtype (annotation)3.4 Annotation Structures
suppressing errorswfdbquiet
SWIG wrappersSWIG wrappers for Java, Perl, Python, and other languages
system-wide database directory (defined)A. Glossary

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