Then select "Toolbox"
2. Profile allows you to store a configuration for later use, including tags and labels
3. To add a nex profile, select "+"
4. Enter a name, then click on Save icon
5. To select the specific signals you need, Click Select signals
6. You can drag any signal (each has their own box) from ‘available’ to ‘selected’ to view it in the viewer. You can also drag the box up and down to change its viewing location in the viewer.
7. Press ‘multiplot’ at the bottom right to implement your desired workspace / montage and to plot the selected signals on the y-axis. Then click Close
8. If too many channels are displayed, you can always quickly hide some using the quick command
9. The ‘Scale config’ is very useful to change the size of the signal, i.e. to change y-axis on particular data. To auto-adapt the scale, you can also press F.
10. Adjust scale settings as desired. You may want to adjust the EEG scale to -60 ; 60 to see more detailed tracings. Click ‘Apply to Domain’ to apply scales to all signals in the same domain.
11. To export the signal of a particular window/epoch with a SVG format, select "Export as SVG" .
12. Limiter allows you to cut the signal for a better visibility.
13. Reference lines allows you to set dotted lines that can be taken as a reference to show you when you meet certain amplitude criteria for certain signals.
14. For instance you might want to set a reference line between +50 and -50 uV on Channel 1
15. The"Zoom" feature is meant to change the size of the window and the definition of the EEG you are looking at.
16. Click Hypnogram. It allows you to select different hypnograms.
17. If selected, sleep stage for every epoch will be extracted and plotted on top of signal visualizer.
18. Click FFT to get the spectral analysis of each channel, the frequency of specific channels at certain times.
19. Scroll down and click Stimulations.
It will display stimulations emitted during N3.