Collecting Data using Wockets

Day Before Data Collection: Charge All Device | Day of Data Collection | Day of Data Collection: Main Activity Protocol | Day of Data Collection: Equipment Removal | Day of Data Collection: Subject Sendoff | Day of Data Collection: Immediately After Subject Leaves | Day of Data Collection: Immediately After Subject Leaves | Important General Reminders

Day Before Data Collection: Charge All Device

Note: Prior to beginning any data collect, you need to have setup and installed software for all devices.

  • To be safe, make sure the Wockets are charging for at least 5 hours before a test.
  • Before each test, the voice recorder should be placed in cradle with USB attached to the Dell mini laptop, this will charge the voice recorder.
  • Make sure all devices are fully charged including:
    • Phone: plugged into the USB cable attached to USB hub number 1
    • Wockets: One wocket goes into USB hub number 1, the remaining four are plugged into the dedicated USB hub
    • Dell Mini and Oxycon laptops: Connected to power supply cord
    • Oxycon batteries: Li-Ion Battery Charger connected to power strip
    • Actigraphs (2): GT3X plugged into the top USB port on the right side of the Oxycon laptop. GT1M is attached to the bottom USB port
    • Sensewear: Connected to USB Hub 2
    • GPS: Power cord attached to the power strip
    • Zephyr: Placed in cradle attached to the USB Hub 2
    • Voice Recorder: Placed in cradle attached to USB Hub 1
    • RTI batteries: AA Batteries in the battery charger plugged into the wall in clinic office
    • Columbia batteries are not rechargeable.

Day of Data Collection: Prior to Subject Arrival

1. Check Power Settings on the phone and Volume Level
  • Click on the start menu. Go to Settings.
    • For the HTC Diamond 2, please go to Settings, Menu (lower right hand corner), All Settings, System, then Power.
  • Choose Power
  • Under Advanced settings, uncheck Turn off device if not used for both external and battery power. Check turn off backlight for both external and battery power.


  • Check the volume on the phone that it is maximized and not muted. If something goes wrong during the test, the phone will start beeping. In this case, you can stop the test and inspect the setup.

2. Check Power Settings on the PC.
  • In your control panel, go to power settings.
  • Make sure that your PC is set to "always on" but that the display shuts off after 5 minutes when the lid is closed and when on battery power. The kind of options that you see vary from one PC to another.
  • Timezone and correct daylight savings time should be checked as well.

3. Synchronize PC Clocks.
  • For each of the PCs involved in the data collection (e.g. Oxycon PC, MITes PC), you need to synchronize their clocks over the internet with a nearby time server. This is done by executing on each PC, the Wockets Time Synchronizer application.
    • a. Launch the Time Synchronizer Application and make sure that the PC internet connection is ON.
    • b. Press the "Synchronize" button.
    • c. If the PC was successfully synchronized with the server, you will see a message with the time synchronization parameters.
    • d. If the PC was not synchronized with the server, you will see a timeout error message or server not found message.
    • e. If PC was synchronized, visually inspect the the "Local Clock Offset" parameter shown on the screen.

    • If the "Local Clock Offset" value is within +-1000 ms. No further action is required.
    • If it is not, you need to wait 5 seconds and press the "Synchronize" button again.

    • f. Once you finish synchronizing the time, press "Quit" to exit the application.
    • g. It is recommended that you execute the application on the PCs at the same time and before each test.
    • h. Once you have done that visually check if there is any drift between the clocks of the PCs. If they are within 1second, no further action is required. Otherwise, try to synchronize them again.

    • Visually confirm that the 3 computers are synced in time upto +-1000ms. Check times in all PCs to confirm that the PCs are synced by clicking on the PC clock (bottom right corner).

4. Synchronize Mobile Clock
  • You need to synchronize the phone clock over the internet with a nearby time server. This is done by executing on the phone, the Wockets Time Synchronizer application. This application is installed at the same time than the Wockets application on the phone.
  • Before running the phone Synchronizer application, you need to unplug the phone from the computer and turn on the phone WiFi.
  • Once the phone WiFi is on, execute the the Wockets Time Synchronizer application.
  • To run the synchronizer application on the phone. Go to Programs and Run TimeSync Application.
  • Follow the steps from the PC Synchronizer Application from (b) to (f).
  • The application will synchronize the phone’s clock when it is connected to the WiFi, as long as the internet connection is working properly.
  • Again, visually inspect the phone and the PC clocks, if they are within 1-2 seconds, no further action is required. Otherwise, try to synchronize them again.

5. Print the notes file.
  • The [name]notes.doc file should have any special notes about the session. All special comments related abnormalities in the session or sensor data should be recorded in this file. This file is where someone might look for clues if they get a strange result when analyzing the data in the future.
  • To simplify the notation process, print a blank copy of the file before the session starts.
  • When you finish the session, copy the notes to the electronic version of the file. This text file is for human consumption only and can be in whatever format you see fit.
  • An blank notes file format can be downloaded from the following link:

6. Initialize the Actigraphs .
  • Plug GT3X into the com port and click on ActiLife icon.
  • You should see this screen once the program recognizes the Actigraph.


  • Click 'Initialize Device'. A new window opens..


  • Select GT3X Mode.Enter following information.
    • Epoch(in seconds) = 1
    • Check 'Activity'
    • Check 'Dual Axis', '3rd Axis'
    • Check 'StepCount', 'Inclinometer' and 'FlashLED'.
    • Select Start Date and Start Time.
    • Give the Subject Information
  • Click 'OK'. Close application.
  • After initialization, remove device from port.

7. Initialize the Zephyr
  • In the folder where the Zephyr Bioharness program is saved there should also be a folder called Omnisense Device Configuration Tools. Open it. Then, open the Tools folder and select the Bioharness BT Config Tool application.
  • Click Refresh Device List and choose your Zephyr device from the scroll down menu.

  • Once you select your device, the rest of the information should be automatically filled in. This may take a few seconds.

  • Choose Set Date/Time. Nothing will pop up, but you should notice that the Date/Time in the lower left hand corner changes. This step is very important because it will synchronize the device to the PC.
  • Remove Bioharness device from dock.
  • Saturate band with water.
  • Connect device to band.
  • Turn on by pressing and holding the power button.

8. Initialize the Sensewear
  • Click 'Sensewear Professional 7.0' icon.
  • Click 'Configure Armband & Display'.
  • Click 'Retrieve Configuration'
  • Input Subject Information and click 'Apply'.
  • Click 'Close'
  • Close software.

9. Initialize the Oxycon
  • Setup:
    • Insert battery in to DEx.
    • Connect TripleV measuring sensor and sample line to the SBx
    • Connect PCa to computer via USB cable
    • Connect SBx with PCa (using yellow cable)
  • Turn on DEx. wait for green light to appear.
  • Click 'Lab Manager' icon on desktop. Automatic Self-check will be initiated, and system will takearound 15 minutes to warm-up afterwards.
    • Check for round green 'OK' sticker in the lower left hand corner of the middle box under the heading that hopefully says "System Check OK".
    • Make sure flashcard is in DEx. (Is DEX connected?)
    • Connect Flowmeter to the colar. Then connect the ''Triple V'' line to the 'Cal Flow' opening and the "Sample Line" to the 'Cal Gas' opening on the PCa.
    • Make sure 12V DC, 35W power supple is connected, and stays connected throughout the calibration process only! (add a picture about how the connections should look like).
  • After warm-up is complete,
    • Unplug the SBx device from the PCA unit. Then, plug it to the DEx and Flowmeter as shown in the picture. (add picture)
    • Unplug TripleV and Sample Line from PCa (Make sure Sample line is attached to TripleV at a hole on the outside of the sensor)
    • Press the "ON" button in the DEx unit.
      • In the DEx unit, make sure that the orange light is "on" and the green light "blinks", to indicate "Standby".
      • In the SBx unit, make sure that the green light "blinks".
      • Note: When you are calibrating or running the programs, those lights should remain on and constant.
    • In the Oxycon PC, click 'Ambient Conditions' icon:
      • Click 'F1' on top left corner to start.
      • Wait for numbers to populate.
      • Once the numbers have been populated, press 'F12' on the bottom left of the screen to save the data.
      • New window opens to save the data. Click 'Yes'.
      • Lab manager application should close automatically after. Do not be alarmed that the program closed out, wait a few seconds and the main menu will appear again.
    • Connect SBx to PCa as shown in the picture. (Picture?)
      • Put Sample line in to 'Cal Gas'. (make sure the twisty end is connected to the SBx)
      • Click 'Auto CalVol Calibration' icon
        • Press 'F1' to start.
        • You will hear flow noise.
          • *NOTE: The TripleV cable is very fragile, if you receive any errors about the volume sensor not being connected, please hold the cable steady, perpendicular to the TripleV component
        • Wait for "old","new", and " % Diff" values to populate.
        • Once the values have been populated press 'F12' to save.
        • When prompted to save, click 'Yes
    • Connect 'Cal Gas' line to the gas tank.
        • Do not remove any other connections.
        • Make sure that the sample tube is connected to the PCa unit (Cal. Gas opening).
        • Turn gas tank on. Make sure you turn on the tank valve until it is "fully" open.
        • Make sure the gas line is fully connected to the PCa (you should hear a click)
    • Click 'Gas Analyzer Calibration' icon
      • Click 'F1' to start.
      • Wait for new " * ", " % ", " Diff " values to populate.
      • Close gas tank.
      • Disconnect 'Cal Bus' line.
      • Click 'F12' to save.
    • Click 'Patient Data' icon
      • Enter current session name for Last Name, First Name and Identification.
      • Enter Date of Birth, gender, height in inches/cm, weight in lbs/kg.
      • Click 'F12' to save.
      • When prompted to save, click 'Yes'.
    • Connect SBx to DEx.
    • Remove Sample line from PCa./
    • Remove Triple V unit from PCa.
    • Attach SBx+DEx with correct orientations to backpack.
    • Place mask on the subject.
    • Connect Triple V unit to mask.
    • Click 'Breath by Breath' icon
      • New window opens showing ambient values. Check to see correct values are shown and click 'OK'. (what are the values here? screen capture)
      • Click 'F1' to start. Open 'Oxycon Sync Application' on PC.
      • Check for 'Background Zeroing' at bottom right corner of the screen to turn green.
      • When it turns green insert Sample line into the mask and at the same time click 'Synchronize Oxycon' button. (Do not press 'Synchronise Oxycon' button before the Sample line has been inserted into the mask.)
      • Click 'F1' until phase changes from 'Rest' to 'Test' (bottom right corner of the screen).

  • In the Report Designer application in Utilities (password "abcd") open the report template you want to use for the test results. Double click on the box containing the data elements to be printed.
      • a) It's important to make sure that Time, Energy expend, O2 uptake, and CO2 production are included in the elements printed in the report. If they aren't in the Selection box find them in Parameters and insert them. If the Insert button can't be clicked delete some of the elements in Selection until the necessary elements can be inserted.
      • b) Go over to the Interval tab and change the averaging type to Breath Averaging and the Step Size to 1. Save and exit.

  • In the Startup settings box for the Breath x Breath test, go to the averaging box and set the Method to Time and the Delta Time to 5. Combined with the report settings these produce the most accurate results.

10. Initialize the Voice Recorder
  • Open the 'Digital Voice Editor 3' software on the Dell, this will sync the time on the device to the laptop time.
  • A small window opens up with the message, "Do you want to execute the AutoSave for the IC Recorder for this user name?" Click 'Cancel'.
  • Go to "My Computer/IC Recorder/Voice/FOLDER01" and delete the files inside.
  • Go to "E:/Data/Voice Files/FOLDER01" and delete the files inside.
  • Close Digital Voice Editor 3.
  • Follow the data collection session using the voice annotation in the supplied protocol document

11. Initialize RTI
  • Open the RTI unit by unscrewing the screw above the label on the device. Remove the top piece and turn the unit over to remove the battery cover. Insert 3 AA batteries from charger, and replace both covers and screw.
  • Use USB cord to plug RTI unit into the top USB port on the right side of the Oxycon laptop
  • Click 'MicroPEM_Accelerometer' icon.
  • When prompted for location information, click cancel, then click yes to continue.
  • In connection window type "??" this should return "": this command checks that the unit is responding
  • To clear the data type "?/4" and it will return "00" when the memory is clear
  • Check the date and time on the unit "?t" the returned time is in this format:
  • 103246050509: This is read as 10:32.24 am on May 5, 2009
  • To set the date type "?*152230050409" will set the date to 3:22.30 pm on May 4, 2009
  • After memory is clear and date is set, close the hyperterminal connection by clicking the X (close window) and responding yes to the confirmation.
  • Unplug USB cable from MicroPEM and Laptop.

12. Initialize Columbia
  • Remove panel from the unit and insert battery. Replace panel. When battery is inserted, faint beeping noise is heard and red light flashes on the unit indicating the device is turned on.
  • Make sure the bluetooth is connected to the appropriate ports.
  • Click 'Personal Aerosol Sampler' icon.
  • Check 'Programming Mode' and wait for it to connect to the device.

  • When 'Connected', Click 'Set Date'.
  • Click 'Set-up Parameters'.
    • Select Start Time and Stop Time
    • Accelerometer check interval(seconds) = 1
    • Data Interval(seconds) = 1
    • Click 'Send Parameters'.
    • A new window opens with the message "Parameters set successfully, Don't forget to disconnect sampler to run program properly".
    • Click 'OK'. Click 'Exit'.
    • Check 'Computer Beacon Off'. Quit application.
13. Initialize Oxycon
  • **Insert battery in DEx
    • Turn on DEx
    • Open lab manager icon on desktop
      • System will warm up for 15 mins
      • check for green "ok" light
      • Make sure Flashcard is in DEx
      • Connect flowmeter to collar, connect to triple V line, place into Cal FLow opening in PCa
    • After warm-up is complete:
      • Click on Ambient Conditions icon
        • wait for numbers to populate
        • Press F12, save
        • Save? Press "yes"
      • Click on Auto Cal Vol Calib
        • Connect SBx to PCa
        • put sample line in Cal Gas outlet
        • Press F1 to start
          • You'll hear flow
          • wait for values to populate "New" and "%Diff"
          • Press F12 to save. Press "yes" button once you are asked if you want to save
      • Gas Analyzer Calib
        • Leave all connections, just add Cal Gas line to tank
        • turn tank to open
        • F1 to start
        • Wait for "New" and "%Diff" values to populate
        • Close tank
        • Disconnect Cal Gas line
        • Press F12 to save
      • Patient data
        • Enter session ID (e.g. ####v1mar2110) for last name, first name, and ID
        • Enter DOB
        • Enter gender
        • Enter height in inches/cm
        • Enter weight in lbs/kgs
        • F12 to save
      • Prepare for BxB
        • Connect SBx to DEx
        • Remove sample line from PCa
        • Remove Triple V unit from PCa
        • Attach SBx and Dex to backpack
        • Place mask on participant
        • Connect Triple V unit to mask
      • BxB
        • Check for Ambient Values--> OK
        • F1 to start
          • Background zeroing check green--> insert sample line into mask
        • F1 to change phase from rest-->ref-->test

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Day of Data Collection

Synchronization Time
    • Make sure you write it according to the synchronized time from the PC. If you use the wockets phone or a wrist watch for synchronizing the time, please indicate it on the notes file. If you use your wrist watch to write down the notes time, make sure your wrist watch is synchronized with the PC clock.

Sensor Placement
    • Put all the sensors on the subject's body as indicated on the Sensor Placement Wiki Page. When you finish placing all the sensors, continue to the next step. To access the Sensor Placement wiki, click on the hypertext here.

Sensors Connection
    • MITes (See pdf document)

    • Wockets
        • To go to wockets folder, click on the "Wockets" application and choose the "Data Logger" option. And then choose, the "Stanford Protocol"


    • After, choose the sensor set that you will be using in the data collection. For example: "Stanford Set 1". After the software loads, the phone will try to connect to the sensors. If the sensors are loaded properly, you will see the accelerometer signals plotting on the screen.


    • If a sensor cannot connect, you will see the corresponding sensor icon highlighted in red. The Codes near to the icons indicate their IDs corresponding to the last digit of the sensor mac-address (to check the ID, visually check the label attached to the sensor).


    • Turn off the plotting feature in the software. Among other things, the software provides the option to turn plotting on and off. Turning the plotting off makes the application less computationally intensive and allows it to run more smoothly. To turn the plotting off do the following:
          • Click the "options" button on the lower menu bar. Then, a window will pop up, click the "Data" option and, then, "uncheck" the plotting options. This will disable the plotting and, from this point, you will see that the graphing functionality will be stopped.

        • Before giving the subject the phone , you need to minimize the wockets application and lock the phone screen.
            • a. To minimize the application, click on " Options " and select " Minimize ".


b. As soon the application is minimized, you will see the phone " home screen ".

    • c. Lock the screen by holding down the right phone button.

    • Verify that the phone is placed in the dominant pocket, with the screen facing towards the skin and the short side with the buttons oriented down in the pocket, towards the foot (see Sensor Placement Page).

Day of Data Collection: Main Activity Protocol

Once all the sensors are on the person, follow these steps:
1. Perform manual sync marker.
    • Stand with arms/legs totally still 10 seconds
    • Running in place very quickly for 10 seconds
    • Stand with arms/legs totally still 1o seconds

2. Start main protocol.

3. Perform manual sync marker again just before removing equipment.
    • Stand with arms/legs totally still 10 seconds
    • Running in place very quickly for 10 seconds
    • Stand with arms/legs totally still 10 seconds

Day of Data Collection: Equipment Removal

1. Stop programs/devices. Once the data session is completed, follow these steps for stopping each sensor:
    • MITes

          • Copy from old document.

    • Wockets
      • Unlock the phone.
      • Click "Start Menu> Programs ", then chose Wockets.
      • Click " options> quit> yes ".

    • Oxycon
    • Once the session is completed, you have to save the Oxycon data paying attention to the following steps:**
      • You will need to save 2 files from the Oxycon session:
        • (1) The report that is directly generated by the Oxycon, and
        • (2) The data saved on the Flash card (stored in the DEx during data collection)

      • For (1), click "Screen Report" on the LabManager main window after your data collection. Select the Report name (the format that your report will take), then click "OK". (Make sure "Suppress patient names and IDs" is unchecked, and that your Output unit is Screen.)
      • Click F9 (File Output), and save the data in the appropriate folder.
        • Make sure when saving, always save to a new test. This is usually the default setting but you can check it by clicking Advanced.

      • For (2), first remove the Flash card from behind the DEx, and connect it to the PC using the Flash card reader.
        • There may be a message asking if you want to delete the data. Click "X" to close.
      • On the LabManager main window, click "FlashDisk-Reader". You should see an interface that looks identical to the "Breath by Breath" data collection interface.
      • A window should pop up asking you to pick the flash data test saved on the flash card. Select the appropriate one and click "Open".
        • NOTE: Before you save the flash data test open up the disk in Window's Explorer and check the properties. of the CPX file. Modified time corresponds to when the test ended (the last press of F1).
      • A window will pop up showing the Ambient conditions - Click "OK".
      • Then click F1 to start the data reading.
        • Please allow time for your data to load. The interface may not show anything for a few seconds, but as long as the F1 button is depressed (grayed out), the data is being read.
        • For 2 hours of data, allow around 15 minutes for data to load.
      • After your data has finished loading, F1 should have turned into a square Stop button. Click F1, and then click F12 to save the data.
      • Back in the LabManager main window, click "Patient Data" and select the current patient (F1).
      • On the bottom half of the screen, there are some buttons to the right. Click the "Switch to test directory" button (it should look like a table/chart) to access the list of tests available.
      • Highlight your appropriate test, then press F12.
      • Back in the LabManager main window, click "Screen Report", select your report name, and then press "OK".
      • Click F9 (File Output), and save the data in the appropriate folder.
        • Make sure when saving, always save to a new test. This is usually the default setting but you can check it by clicking Advanced.
        • Make sure to copy over the CPX file into another directory and preferably name it in a manner that makes it easy to match it up with whatever test it refers to.
      • Save the flash data test and exit.

2. Remove equipment from subject.

Day of Data Collection: Subject Sendoff

Thank and compensate subject.

Day of Data Collection: Immediately After Subject Leaves

Download Data

    • Wockets

    • Click “Explore”.

    • Click “My Windows Mobile-Based Device”.

    • Double Click Internal Storage.

    • Double Click Wockets.

    • Find session folder and copy.


    • Go to EXT_HD (D). Click Data folder.

    • Click Wockets Folder.

    • Paste new session folder in Wockets Folder.

    • Click Data for Merging Folder.

    • Make new folder with date.

    • Create the below folders in the new folder with date.
    • NOTE: The folder titled "other" should actually be "othersensors".

    • Click Download Data.


            • Where to save:



    • Double click Bioharness on the desktop.
    • File Import.
    • Move recording download by highlighting and then click arrow to move to recording available.
              • Click Import. Move and import one data collection file at a time.

              • Wait for status bar to complete before clicking on dataset.
              • Right click on data collection file (represented as time) and chose "export to other data".

              • Right-click on your data file (In the above example case, '58.5 s', and select 'Export Other Data.'
              • Save file to E:\data\zephyr\[current data session]-zephyr.csv.

            • Click file, then save.

            • Save Bioharness project in E:\data\zephyr\[current data session]-zephyr.Bioharness .


              • Copy both the .csv and .Bioharness files to the E:\data\data for merging\[current data directory]\othersensors.


Step 1 : Click Sensewear Professional on desk top of mini
Step 2 : Click Retrieve

Step 3 : Enter file name and click continue.

Step 4 : Click Ok

Step 5 : Click Export

Step 6. Click OK

Step 7 : Click save> Name> save as .xls
Step 8 : Make an additional copy of the above .xls
Step 9 : Open in excel
Step 10 : In excel File>Save as>CSV(MS-DOS)(*.csv)> Click Save

    • A window will pop up indicating "the selected file type doesn't support workbooks that contain multiple sheets". You will be prompted to choose if you want to save only the active sheet. Click "OK" .
    • Another window will pop up indicating that "the .csv file may contain features that are not compatible with CSV(MS-DOS)" and it will ask you if you want to keep the workbook in this format. Click "Yes" .
    • Exit excel. It will prompt you if you want to "Save" the changes to the .csv file. Click "NO" . If you click "Yes", it will pop up the same windows that you saw in previous steps.

Step 11 : Click Close Data File
Step 12 : Close Data file
Step 13 : Close software
Step 14 : My Computer> EXT_HD(D:)>Data>Sensewear
Step 15 : Copy and paste .csv and .xls

Voice Recorder

Step 1: Plug in the voice recorder and wait for a navigation window to open.
Step 2: Select the current voice data collection folder (folders are number 1-5).
Step 3: Select view list.
    • Step 4: Select all the files in this data collection (CTRL A) right click>send to> compressed zip.

    • Step 5: When the folder has been created, rename the zip file with the subject number and date :
      • ( 0004v1sep0909-voice ).

    • Step 6: Drag the zip file from step 5 to the data collection folder on the mini:**
      • My Computer> External Hard drive>Data>Voice files
      • (create folder for this subject if not already created)


    • Step 7: Downloading the voice files
      • a. Open the Voice Editor Software by clicking on the Digital Voice Editor 3 icon on the desk top.
    • b. Click OK for autosave, the directory has already been specified.**
      • My Computer>External Hard Drive>Data>Voice Files><name of folder is the data collection folder 1-5>

    • c. Open the autosave directory and select all the downloaded files (CTRLA)> Right click on the files and >send to> compressed (zipped) folder.
    • d. Rename the file with the subject number and the date along with adding the letters-wav to the end of the file name
    • e. Move the zip file to the subject folder that we already created and go to that folder.**
      • D:\Data\Voice Files|0004v1sept0909_voice

    • f. Once in folder extract each zip (i.e. wav and voice)
    • g. Make sure to remove folder name.
Downloading the RTI
    • Open the hyperterminal by clicking Shortcut to MicroPEM
    • Cancel for location and yes to continue, and click OK
    • Type in "??" and "" are returned
    • Click Transfer --> Capture Text
    • Give the file name for today's session
    • Click Start
    • Type in "?/p"
    • Data will be returned to screen. Wait for download to complete.
    • Click Transfer --> Capture Text --> Stop
    • Close software by clicking X. Click Yes.
    • Move data file from desktop/RTI to Scandisk. Put on Mini Dell in the D:\Data\Data for Merging\<Session>\othersensors directory

Day of Data Collection: Immediately After Subject Leaves

Aggregate Data

    • 1. Once the session directory ("...\session<date>") is created following the steps mentioned above, you need to copy the data collected from all the devices into this directory. Here the description of the format to use.

    • 2 . Copy the sensor files from all devices into this directory using the specified naming conventions and following steps:

    • MITes
      • Copy the MITes data into the " ...\<session><date>\mites " directory.

    • Wockets
      • Copy the wockets data from the phone into the wockets directory " ...\<session><date>\wockets ". You can this operation following the steps below:
        • On the phone, the wockets data will be stored in a folder on your storage card under " /Internal Storage/Wockets/ ". The folder is named Session<date><time> .
        • Connect the phone to the computer with the supplied USB cable. The Microsoft Active Sync box will open. Click "Explore" and navigate to the " device\Internal Storage\Wockets ".
        • Copy the session folder and paste it in the session folder where you plan to storage the aggregated data " ...\<session><date>\Session<date><time> ".
        • Rename the pasted wockets session folder to " wockets ".
        • As a result, you should have the following folder structure:
          • " ...\<session><date>\wockets "
          • " ...\<session><date>\wockets\data "
          • " ...\<session><date>\wockets\data\log "
          • " ...\<session><date>\wockets\data\raw "
    • Oxycon
      • Now go into patient data and load the current patient. On the bottom panel click Reset to remove all the tests from the right hand table. In the test directory the last 2 entries should correspond to the PC saved data and the flash disk data, respectively, saved as 2 different tests. However, the flash data might not be the test right after the PC data if you've run and saved multiple tests without saving any of the flash data. It might be easier to keep track of, if you save the flash data immediately after running a test. Click the right arrow to select that test to be output by the report. Only output 1 test at a time (meaning reset after printing a report).
      • Generate the output files, save them and along with the raw oxycon data files from the PC and from the flash (including CPX file) into the " ...\session<date>\othersensors " directory.
      • If the " othersensors " directory doesn't exist, create it under the " session<date> " folder.

    • Sensewear
      • Copy the sensewear.xls file into the " ...\session<date>\othersensors ".
      • Once you copy it, open it with excel.
      • Convert the file to " .csv " format.
        • In excel, click on the sheet named "data".
        • In excel, go to " File->Save As " options. If you are using Office 2007, click on " Other Formats ".
        • In the " Save As Type " option, select " CSV(MS-DOS) ".
        • A window will pop up indicating "the selected file type doesn't support workbooks that contain multiple sheets". You will be prompted to choose if you want to save only the active sheet. Click "OK" .
        • Another window will pop up indicating that "the .csv file may contain features that are not compatible with CSV(MS-DOS)" and it will ask you if you want to keep the workbook in this format. Click "Yes" .
        • Exit excel. It will prompt you if you want to "Save" the changes to the .csv file. Click "NO" . If you click "Yes", it will pop up the same windows that you saw in previous steps.
      • Verify that the *-Sensewear.csv" file was created. The file should exits in the " ...\session<date>\othersensors " directory.

    • Other Sensors
      • Next, copy the sensor files from all other devices into this directory using the specified naming conventions.

    • Audio Annotations
      • Make sure that the " annotation " folder is under the " session<date> " directory. The folder structure should look like: " ...\session<date>\annotation"

    • Copy the folder containing your voice annotations to the " ...\session<date>\annotation " directory that you just created. After the operation you should have the following file structure: " ...\session<date>\annotation\<your voice files folder> ."

    • Rename the your voice files folder to " voice ". As a result, you should have the following file structure: " ...\session<date>\annotation\voice ".
    • 3. Add any notes you have for the experiment by manually editing the [name]-notes.doc file. When you finish editing it, copy it to the "...\session<date>" directory. The folder structure should look like: " ...\session<date>\[name]notes.doc ".

    • 4. You now have all the data in one place, Zip the " ...\session<date> " directory . Copy the zip file to another location . This is a temporary backup, just in case.

Important General Reminders

    • Restarting the software for devices once the data collection procedures have started is potentially problematic for the automatic conversion software. If this happens, most likely some type of manual effort to merge files will be required. Therefore, please notate this carefully. If it happens with the Oxycon, we will not have a way to sync the second file except through visual inspection. Restarting a device (other than the Oxycon) should usually be ok, but if a software program must be shutdown, the startup procedure probably needs to be redone and special notes made in the notes.txt file.

    • Running an overnight test when daylight savings time changes should be avoided.

    • Extra attention needs to be paid to device settings and datasets collected immediately after a daylight savings time change to ensure they are properly in sync.

    • No files should be manually edited except the [name]-notes.doc file.