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Parsing XML/Profusion Files

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razallon +0 points · over 3 years ago

I am having troubles parsing the XML and profusion files. I have been using codes from stack overflow and stack abuse, and with both codes I am getting stuck at the "items" and "names" portion. I looked closely at the XML file and have come to the hypothesis that python is unable to detect the items. How should I fix this problem?

I took the code from this website: http://stackabuse.com/reading-and-writing-xml-files-in-python/

I ran the following code.

tree = ET.parse('shhs1-200001-nsrr.xml') root = tree.getroot() for child in root: print(child.tag, child.attrib)

and I got the following result: SoftwareVersion {} EpochLength {} ScoredEvents {}

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mrueschman +0 points · over 3 years ago

What are you trying to do once you parse the XML annotation files?

I don't use python, but I did something in R a couple years ago: https://sleepdata.org/tools/mrueschman-xml-annotation-extractor

Another example in Ruby: https://sleepdata.org/tools/ruby-script-tutorial-05

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