About Depri

The Depri format is a data format for storing time series and statistical data including measurements, predictions and other suitable data, which is generally organized as data records with a number of channels. It is a plain ASCII format.

In the Depri file format meta information describing the data is included in the same file as the data, so that it should be always possible to interpret the data without further external information.

Reference Guide Download

Originally developed in Germany by Overspeed, DEWI, and the University of Oldenburg in 1991, the Depri data format is now being maintained and developed further by Overspeed solely. The reference guide for the current version 1.3a is available here for download:

Related Links

The initial version of the Depri data format has been developed by the following companies/institutions:

Amongst many others, it is being used in the following commercial products and research projects:

Unrelated Links

If you're looking for information about depression (mental disorder), please have a look at one of these websites: