Lifestyle Assessment has an additional Data Export feature to get more scientific information from the recorded measurement data. Please note that, this feature is sold separately to the software. If you do not have this feature yet and would be interested in the Data Export feature, contact your local Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment sales for a quote, or contact Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment Sales with a contact form.
With the Data Export it's possible to get more detailed information about the measurements recorded with the Bodyguard 2 device. Data Export is created in an Excel spread sheet containing all the selected scalar and vector variables. With Data Export you can use data from complete measurements or only use data splits for accurate data sampling.
To access the Data export log in to the Lifestyle Assessment with your username and password.
After logged in select Tools and click Data Export.
From the opened Data Export window, select Add measurements...
You can use the search function to filter for profiles you want add to the Data export. Use the option Whole measurements if you want to export profile's whole measurement data or option Measurement splits to use created data split intervals in profile's assessment.
Select the measurement data from left side column and use the Add button to move it the to the right side column.
You can add multiple measurements or splits to the data export. When all the data you need is selected, click Save. You are then taken back to the data export view.
After selecting the measurements you can view some details about them. To continue creating the actual data export files click Export.
To select different variables and RR-, RMSSD-series click Advanced settings or continue with the default settings by clicking Execute.
Creating the data export files might take a few minutes depending on the number and the duration of the selected measurements. Once the processing is done, you'll get 1-3 files (CSV files) depending on your advanced settings selections.
With the advanced settings you can choose which variables will be added to the Data export files. Simply check on or off the variables from the opening view.
There are several more scalar and vector variables available, so just scroll down the list to view them al. You can use the Select all and Deselect all buttons to include or exclude variables. When you're done with editing the advanced setting click Save.