sumann - summarize the contents of a WFDB annotation file
-r record -a annotator [ options ... ]
sumann reads the annotation
file specified by record and annotator and produces a tabular summary of
its contents, including the number of annotations of each type as well
the duration and number of episodes of each rhythm and signal quality.
- -f time
- Begin at the specified time.
- Print a usage summary.
- -o beat-table
- Append summaries of beat and rhythm annotations to the specified
beat-table and rhythm-table files. The summaries for the specified record
are written as a single line in CSV (comma-separated value) format in each
file. If either file does not exist, it is created, and a header line containing
column names is written to it. If the -o option is omitted, a more easily
readable summary is written to the standard output instead.
QRS annotations only.
- -t time
- Stop at the specified time.
be necessary to set and export the shell variable WFDB (see setwfdb(1)
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