IDEEQ Software

Data visualization

The MOX software can be used to visualise the recorded and processed acceleration data. The following data is displayed in the visualisation window from top to bottom:

The data is shown per day in a 24 hour time span. The date and name of subject are shown above the first graph.While moving the mouse over the data in the graphs, the marker will display the exact time and value/classification.

Signal view options

Different signal view options are available in the toolbar above the visualisation window, including Zoom buttons and navigation buttons to browse measurement days.

Data exclusion

Specific time slots of recorded data can be analysed by excluding the time slots that are not required using the [Exclusion] button in the toolbar.

After the exclusion is applied, time slots which are excluded are concealed in light blue.

Data export

Processed activity data can be exported for further analysis. The following export options can be selected:

DESCRIPTION OPTION EXPLANATION
CALCULATIONS Per second Activity intensity per second for the actual displayed day will be exported to a .csv file.
Per minute Activity intensity accumulated per minute for the actual displayed day will be exported to a .csv file.
SUMMARY Short mode (hours) A short result summary of the complete recording will be appended in a general file. The sum of total time per motion intensity and classified activity will be analysed.
Long mode (days) An extended result summary of the complete recording will be appended in a general file. Total time per motion intensity and classified activity for every individual day will be analysed.
LOCATION C:\MOX Data File storage location

Raw data access

The MOX application stores the raw X, Y and Z data in binary files, one hour of data per file. These files can only be opened using the MOX software.