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Asymptote code to parse csv data from Heart Spark, filter it and make a scatter plot http://sensebridge.net/
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Asymptote unfortunatly doesn't allow command line arguments. So, I've written a little shell script that will take argments and pipe them into the HeartPlot script. Format: ./HeartPlot.sh data_filename.csv "Plot Title" min_to_start min_to_end BPM_low BPM_high dot_size bool_filter plot_filename.pdf data_filename.csv: the name of your input file, as created by the Heart Logger software "Plot Title": the text you'd like at the top of the plot. It always prepends "heart Spark:". min_to_start: minute of data to start plotting (commonly zero) min_to_stop: minute of data to stop plotting (if you want it all, specify 1000 or similar large number) BPM_low: where to start y axis beats/min value (commonly 40) BPM_high: where to stop y axis beats/min value (commonly 150) dot_size: size of dots to use for each point. Typically 0.3, but it depends how you like your points and on the total number of points. bool_filter: either 0 or 1 depending if you want to filter the data to remove false-postives and false-negatives from the data plot_filename.pdf: the output file where the plot will be stored. Example: ./HeartPlot.sh HeartData_WholeDay_2011Jan14.csv "strange rate spikes?" 20 22 40 150 0.3 1 BPM_Rate_Spikes.pdf In an ideal world this script and the asymptote script would take regular command line arguments (-x 0 100 -y 40 150 etc), and default to reasonable values if you don't supply anything. But I'm too lazy to fix it right now and this was a quick way to get command line control of the asymptote script.