This manual will help you get to know your Graphic State 4 (GS4) System.
Graphic State 4 (GS4) begins a new era in state notation control systems. The ease in creating protocols by simple point-and-click of the mouse and/or using keyboard entries remains, but unlike previous versions of Graphic State, GS4 now incorporates real-time mathematical functions. Protocols can now be designed that progress and change based on factors that occur during an experimental session.
GS4 employs the same Habitest Lincs as Graphic State 2 and Graphic State 3. GS4 interfaces to the Habitest system via a single USB Port so the PCI card is no longer needed. The Coulbourn USB Interface (P/N U90-11) along with the upgrade in software to GS4 allows existing users to easily upgrade Graphic State 2 and Graphic State 3 systems. Graphic State 4 is compatible with Windows XP , Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64- bit) operating systems.
What You Will Be Learning:
- Graphic State Protocol Builder
- Creating a Protocol
- Running an Experiment
- Data Analysis