Example of a simulated QT-interval change.
The black line indicates the original ECG signal with the vertical line denoting the end of the T wave as determined by the MEANS program. The grey line indicates the signal with a shifted end of the T wave. The horizontal bars below the signals mark symmetric windows of 180 ms around the end of the T wave in which the signal is not deformed. The signal segment from QRS end till the start of the window is extended, whereas the signal segment from the end of the window till the onset of the next P wave is compressed.