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Hi there,

After I export my data to CSV I compare the onset/offset times to my spreadsheet and they do not match up. For example an onset time of 3:35:594 and offset time of 3:37:992 is listed as 215594 as onset and 217992 as offset on my exported CSV file. Am I interpreting the data wrong or is there anyway to fix this? Thank you!

asked 09 Jun '16, 11:50

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The exported times are in milliseconds. You can divide the times by 60,000 to have them converted back to minutes.

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answered 09 Jun '16, 14:52

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