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    Default Using the software graph

    Hello,
    I use a heart rate variability graph and games at my psychologist's office so I know what I'm looking for when I do the exercises but with the Thoughtstream I'm having a hard time understanding what I'm looking for and working towards. Am I trying to get a big percent change? Less red on the colar bar? etc.

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    Default Re: Using the software graph

    Hello and welcome!

    Were the instructions in the manual helpful? The basic information is in there - how to use and read the TS and some sample exercises.
    -Andy.

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    I read the manual but I can't get the exercises to unzip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRT6 View Post
    I read the manual but I can't get the exercises to unzip.
    Which exercises?
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    Everything on the Contoled Sssions dowload.

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    I had trouble unzipping the download for the graph too but I figured it out somehow by pure accident. I'm using a netbook so I guess it goes with the territory. My wife has a regular lap top and I'll try to download the controlled sessions on hers.

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    Controlled Sessions are for the Proteus.
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