Thanks for the question.
In attempts to help improve our documentation in using Pulse, I would love to hear which pages you are using to get to know Pulse, as this will help us organize/insert more detail about usage in key areas of our documentation.
I am hoping you go to the Engine Interface page from either our documentation page or our wiki
I think adding more detail about how to construct and pull data via the Data Requests should be added to the Engine Interface Page. Specifically in the Engine Track data section.
There is a Data Request section on our Scenrio page, and some of this content should be added to the interface page
Rachel mentioned that you should pull the flow from the right arm.
This translates to a Compartment Data Request, not a Physiology Data Request
This is because you want to pull a specific physical value (volume, pressure or flow) from a specific anatonmical location
So you will want to create a compartment data request similar to this, but for a Liquid (blood) rather than gas.
And you would use the compartment name “RightArmVasculature” (You use the 2nd value as the Data Request string value)
So, In C# that should look like
SEDataRequest.CreateLiquidCompartmentRequest("RightArmVasculature", "InFlow", "mL/min")
Pulse provides an API for many different languages. To learn more about working with the Pulse API, you can find HowTo folders in many of the language folders in src Pulse provides an API for each of these languages, and they are designed to be very consistent with each other. So if you are looking for how to use a particular feature in Pulse and the language you are using does not provide an example, look around in the other languages and it should be trivial to translate to the language of your application.
Improved documentation on constructing Data Requests is definelty needed, any thoughts on what and where you would expect to find this would be much appreciated.
Let us know if you have more questions