How to: read the Record Quality metric

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Every epoch of the recording is labeled as either ‘scorable’ or ‘non scorable’ by our algorithm. An epoch is scorable if the signal quality is sufficient enough for a human to score it unequivocally. The Record Quality metric is the proportion of epochs of the recording that are scorable, thus this metric is a high level indicator of the quality of the recording. 


How to read it

  • Values > 85 are considered acceptable, and no intervention is needed.
  • Values < 85 are considered as poor quality recordings, and intervention should be given to the participant.