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<do every time after getting devices back from a new research participant>

1. DOWNLOAD IMAGES FROM CAMERA (Using DohertyBrowser software)

  • 1. Open the software (as above)
  • 2. Click the dropdown box in the middle of the opening screen to select a user
  • 3. Click the “START” button that appears
  • 4. Plug the camera into your computer via the USB cable
  • 5. Click the “Add” button
  • 6. Click the “Start” button (indicates software has identified plugged in camera)
<it now takes a couple of minutes for the data to download>
  • 7. The main screen then shows the middle image from the “chunk” of images captured each time the camera was switched on in a given day (if there are images)
  • 8. You can click on any “chunk” image to then show all the images captured within it
    • a. To delete any image, press “toggle view”, move forwards/backwards to the intended image, press the “Delete” (bottom left corner of screen), then click “Close” (top right) to confirm the deletion of images from this event/chunk/grouping/episode
  • 9. You can click the “Calendar” button to select another day of images
  • 10. When finished, do not plug the camera out, unto the software allows you to click the application “Quit” button
  • 11. The images will now be deleted from the camera.

2. IMPORT IMAGES ALREADY DOWNLOADED TO PC BY DohertyBrowser (Using DohertyBrowser software)

<if you want to do a new type of analysis on a participant's data, it is generally helpful to create a new participantID account, and then reload the participant's data>
  • 1. Open the software (as above), and navigate into the main screen
  • 2. Click the “Add” button
  • 3. Click “Advanced”
  • 4. Click “Download from PC…”
  • 5. Click “Browse” beside “Path of images already on your PC:”
  • 6. Navigate to the folder where the images are located
  • 7. Then click “Start”


<For cases where images were manually copied from the camera, rather than automatically downloaded using the DohertyBrowser. This will read the images from a specified location that is treated as if it were the camera plugged into your computer, and copy the images to the “PC Destination:” location. The images can then be used for normal analysis in the browser.>
  • 1. Open the software (as above), and navigate into the main screen
  • 2. Click the “Add” button
  • 3. Click “Browse” beside “SenseCam or Vicon Revue path:”
  • 6. Navigate to the location on disk where you manually copied the participant’s images to, and click on the “DATA” folder
  • 7. Then click “Start”
  • Note that the image directory structure should be the same as on the Vicon Autographer device. i.e.
DATA / <dateFolderContainingImages> & image_table.txt
  • Optionally, you can choose where to store the re-structured image directory too. After step 6, and before step 7, click "Browse" beside "PC Destination:", and then navigate to the desired location.
  • If you wish, you can set the browser to not delete the images from your source file structure/directory. Open the “C:\AidenDoherty\DohertyBrowser\SenseCamBrowser1.exe.config” file, and edit the <add key="autoDeleteImagesOnUpload" value="1"/>” line. The value 1 means the source images will be deleted, the value 0 means they will not be deleted.


  • 1. Prepare your heartRate/GPS/accelerometer episodes into a CSV file the same format as:
    • a. Navigate to
    • b. Click “Downloads” along the top menu bar
    • c. Download “episodeDefsEg.csv”
  • 2. Open the software
  • 3. Create a new user, e.g. “P001Accelerometer”
  • 4. Navigate into the main screen
  • 5. Click the “Add” button
  • 6. Click “Advanced”
  • 7. Click “Download from PC” if downloading images from PC (generally this will be the case)
  • 8. Click “Browse” beside “Path of images already on your PC:”
  • 9. Navigate to the folder where the images are located
  • 10. Click “Browse” beside “Episode definitions:”
  • 11. Navigate to the .csv file you prepared in step 1
  • 12. Then click “Start”

Last edited Dec 18, 2014 at 5:16 PM by Aiden_Doherty, version 13


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