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Data Organization in ECG Analysis: Separate Leads or Individual Signals

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Dear Matlab Community,
I am currently in the process of planning data organization for an ECG analysis using the PTB-XL dataset, and I would like to seek your advice and expertise on a specific question.
When it comes to data organization, is it recommended to use each lead separately (12 leads --> 12 columns)? Or would it be preferable to adopt an approach where each row represents a distinct ECG signal?
I would greatly appreciate insights and recommendations from those who have experience in this area.
Thank you very much for your valuable contribution.
Best regards,

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 25 May 2024 at 13:36
I am not certain what you want to do, or what question you are asking. In general, EKG data are analysed column-wise, with a time vector (generally beginning at zero with regular sampling intervals and a sampling frequency at least 256 Hz and 1 kHz if possible) for the first column, and each lead being successive columns, ordered characteristically as . This also is the way MATLAB data matrices in general are organised.

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