Free Downloads


SelectionFile type iconFile nameDescriptionSizeRevisionTimeUser
ċ

Download
Creates manuscript quality Bland-Altman plots from excel data files. File includes the 32bit and 64bit versions. This software can be cited at: "Washabaugh, E. P., Kalyanaraman, T., Adamczyk, P. G., Claflin, E. S., & Krishnan, C. (2017). Validity and repeatability of inertial measurement units for measuring gait parameters. Gait & Posture, 55, 87-93."   4184k v. 1 Sep 15, 2017, 1:41 PM E. Peter Washabaugh
ċ

Download
  6k v. 1 Sep 26, 2018, 3:35 PM Thomas Augenstein
ċ

Download
This is a LabVIEW based program for locating a coil during TMS, as published in Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. This file includes both the navigation software and the calibration software. We note that our lab has also created a newer NeuRRoNav version which uses an OptiTrack Trio 3D camera and does not require calibration. A link to the Git Hub for this newer version can be found below. Note, the LabVIEW verwion of this technology can be cited at: Washabaugh, E. P., & Krishnan, C. (2016). A low-cost system for coil tracking during transcranial magnetic stimulation. Restorative neurology and neuroscience, (Preprint), 1-10.     4182k v. 1 Sep 27, 2018, 9:05 AM Edward Washabaugh
ċ

View
Motive compatible with the Unity based NeuRRoNav System (Coming soon!)  Nov 2, 2016, 4:00 PM Edward Washabaugh
ċ

Download
This file includes the NeuRRo Lab's low cost driving simulator, which can be used to capture driving reaction times under normal conditions and cognitive loads. The simulator is compatible with most interfaces, including but not limited to: Logitech and Fanatec pedals and steering wheels, as well as keyboard input. Please contact with questions. Use of this software can be cited at: "Rodseth, J., Washabaugh, E. P., Al Haddad, A., Kartje, P., Tate, D. G., & Krishnan, C. (2017). A novel low-cost solution for driving assessment in individuals with and without disabilities. Applied Ergonomics, 65, 335-344."    1358k v. 1 Sep 15, 2017, 1:43 PM E. Peter Washabaugh
ċ

View
Our easy to use, low-cost, open-source neural navigation software which uses an OptiTrack Trio 3D camera and was developed in Unity. Published Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. This is a link to the github for the software, which is updated regularly. We also provide 3D files for glasses for the head cluster, a stylus, and a calibration tool, which can be 3D printed. Please contact with any questions. This research can be cited at: Rodseth, Jakob, Edward P. Washabaugh, and Chandramouli Krishnan. "A novel low-cost approach for navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation." Restorative neurology and neuroscience Preprint (2017): 1-9.  Apr 2, 2018, 11:41 AM Edward Washabaugh
Comments