ECG arrythmia type

Which arrythmia type does it look like most from an image of a 8-second-long ECG signal (V1 and V5 leads)?

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WHAT & WHY

This annotation tool enables collaborative-crowdsourcing of classification annotations for ECG arrythmia types. We provide an image of a 8-second-long ECG signal (V1 and V5 leads), and ask users the following question: which arrythmia type does the current signal look like most?

HOW

For every task, you are given a 8-sec ECG signal as shown below and asked to give an answer of which arrythmia type it is.

WHO

clinical ECG expert, researchers on ECG signal processing.

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