Data Analysis and Collection for Circadian Biology
Does it take you longer than 30 seconds to measure phase shifts? If so, ClockLab, the industry standard for the collection and analysis of circadian activity data, can help. It combines a point-and-click interface with state-of-the-art algorithms. Embedded controls turn each graph into a powerful interactive tool for data analysis. Our users enjoy ClockLab’s speed and convenience. ClockLab’s Analysis program has been applied to mice, hamsters, rats, Drosophila, humans, bees, algae, Eurasian Lynx in the zoo, grizzly and polar bears in the wild, radio-tagged squirrels in Alaska, gopher turtles in the wild, horseshoe crabs, and soil chemistry signals from the Mars Viking Lander.
- ClockLab's data collection program incorporates a large array of features at reasonable cost:
- Up to 448 channels on a desktop or laptop machine
- USB interface for instant setup
- Integrated light control and light recording
- High-density switch connections
- Remote data access via internet
- Record switches, motion detectors, Minimitter ER-4000's
- Paste actograms and other plots into presentation graphics programs like PowerPoint, Illustrator or Photoshop. Every graph is completely editable.
- Automated detection of activity onsets and offsets makes it possible to
Measure phase shifts
Measure mean alpha
Predict future activity onsets...
all with a few mouse clicks.
actograms for easy navigation through long records. Just drag
on an interesting part of the actogram to zoom in. Then click to
display the periodogram, FFT or activity profile for the chosen data
periodograms, activity profiles, FFT's and auto-correlograms.
all data and analyses to spreadsheet files.
data in many formats, including...ClockLab
format, Stanford Software's Chronobiology Kit, Actiwatch,
Dataquest, Minimitter, Trikinetics and others.
- Extensive batch
processing capabilities for printing and analysis.
and Macintosh compatible.