We use cookies and other tools to enhance your experience on our website and to analyze our web traffic.
For more information about these cookies and the data collected, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

how to find records for each subject

1 post
Was this reply useful? Learn more...
Chenty +0 points · over 4 years ago

Hi! I am a researcher working on sleep stage classification. I am currently trying to choose a suitable database for my research. My question is, where can I find the number of records per subject in each database? I can only find the number of subjects now. Does anyone know how to find it? Thanks for help in advance!

404 posts
Was this reply useful? Learn more...
mrueschman +0 points · over 4 years ago

For most datasets you should be able to get an idea of the number of datasets/records by reading the documentation, dataset introduction pages, and looking at variable distributions. For instance, in SHHS, you could look at these links to get a sense of how many subjects participated at each visit.

  1. Dataset introduction: https://sleepdata.org/datasets/shhs/pages/04-dataset-introduction.md
  2. Distribution of gender variable: https://sleepdata.org/datasets/shhs/variables/gender

Thanks for your interest in the site and good luck on your sleep stage classification project.

Topic is locked. Start a new topic