List methods: get
Detail methods: None
This resource works like data but is restricted to datatypes: .
Heart rate: Average over the last 16 heart beats.
- Frequency: 1 Hz
- Source data: rrintervalstatus and rrinterval which are based on ecg
- Method of calculation:
- On a QRS detection, if the ECG_STATUS_UNRELIABLE_RR is set to off, the HR is put in the 32 HR buffer. Then the HR is calculated as the average on the last 16 HR.
- On initialisation HR is set to 70 BPM.
- Quality score: heartratestatus
- Average: last 16 beats
- Valid range: 30 to 220 BPM.
- Range is defined by the limits fixed on rrintervalstatus
- Value on initialisation: 70 BPM
- Behavior on invalid detection: keep value of last valid HR
- Unit: BPM
This resource contains no fields.
- datatype: exact, in, gt, gte, lt, lte, range
- end: exact
- flat: exact
- id: exact, in, gt, gte, lt, lte, range
- max_values: exact
- no_timestamps: exact
- range: exact, in, gt, gte, lt, lte, range
- record: exact, in, gt, gte, lt, lte, range
- seconds: exact
- start: exact
- timestamp: range, gt, gte, lt, lte
- user: exact
A synonym for timestamp__lt.
If you know your data will contain only one datatype from a single
user, you may pass
flat=1 and you will receive only the raw
array of data. But be careful, if you flatten a result that
has multiple users or datatypes, all the data will be mixed
together with no way to know which value pertains to which
datatype and/or user.
The maximum number of values to return per datatype. If you wish to return a subsample of the data, you may limit the size of the returned values with this filter. Note that the values are not a true sub-sample but every nth element where n is the smallest number that will return a total number of samples less than max_values.
Omit the timestamps. If you wish to have only the values, passing this filter will remove the timestamps and lower the size of the resulting array.
Provide the timestamps in normal seconds rather than hexoseconds (256ths of a second). The floor of the value is returned. If you request a datatype with a resolution > 1Hz and specify seconds, you will receive multiple values for each timestamp.
A synonym for timestamp__gte.
May be specified multiple times to define a range, or with __range=start,end.
No sorting supported
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