|12 Oct 2014
Please can u help me this problem. when i run for test it showed this and I could not run other too.
***Starting test of the WFDB Application Toolbox
***If you experience any issues, please see our FAQ at:
Warning: Could not find Java runtime environment!!
> In wfdbtest at 47
**Printing Configuration Settings:
** WFDB App Toolbox Path is:
MATLAB_VERSION: '188.8.131.529 (R2012a)'
WFDB_JAVA_HOME: ' /Users/laikamlian/Documents/MATLAB/mcode/'
WFDB_NATIVE_BIN: ' /Users/laikamlian/Documents/MATLAB/mcode/nativelibs/macosx/'
EXECUTING_DIR: ' null'
fullOsName: ' Mac OS X'
osArch: ' x86_64'
customArchFlag: ' false'
OSVersion: ' 10.9.5'
JVMVersion: ' 1.6.0_65]'
WFDB_PATH: [1x92 char]
WFDBCAL: ' /Users/laikamlian/Documents/MATLAB/mcode//database/wfdbcal'
Warning: You are using an unsupported version of MATLAB: 184.108.40.2069 (R2012a)
> In wfdbtest at 71
Warning: Error using horzcat
The following error occurred converting from char to struct:
Error using struct
Conversion to struct from char is not possible.
> In wfdbtest at 100
**Querying PhysioNet for available databases...
84 databases available for download (type 'help physionetdb' for more info).
**Reading local example data and annotation...
**Calculating maternal QRS sample data ...
**Reading data from PhysioNet...
***Finished testing WFDB App Toolbox!
***Note: You currently have access to 84 databases for download via PhysioNet:
Type 'physionetdb' for a list of the databases or 'help physionetdb' for more info.
|29 May 2014
The WFDB Toolbox for MATLAB and Octave is a set of Java and m-code wrapper functions, which make system calls to WFDB Software Package and other PhysioToolkit applications.
Using the WFDB Toolbox, MATLAB and Octave users have access to over 50 PhysioBank databases (over 3 TB of physiologic signals including ECG, EEG, EMG, fetal ECG, PLETH (PPG), ABP, respiration, and more). Most of these databases are also accompanied by metadata such as expert annotations of relevant events in WFDB annotation files. These can include, for example, cardiologists' beat and rhythm annotations of ECGs, or sleep experts' hypnograms (sleep stage annotations) of polysomnograms. All of these physiologic signals and annotations can be read on demand from the PhysioNet web server and its mirrors using the toolbox functions, or from local copies if you choose to download them. This feature allows your code to analyze the wide range of physiologic signals available from PhysioBank.