Although I generally trust the output data of the Muse, I wonder if sometimes my less successful sessions are the result of faulty data output by the Muse itself. For example, I’m pretty confident that I can now begin a session in a calm state (thanks to Muse), but sometimes the winds pick up to gale force immediately, even though I am relaxed and feel I’m focussed on my breath. This leads to more brain activity on my part "is it me or is it the Muse?, "what could be causing the high winds? “should I even trust the data in this session” etc. so that in some sessions I feel that my poor performance is the RESULT of the Muse itself.
I understand that there must be a certain amount of “wiggle room” in the software in that it doesn’t automatically end the session as soon as one of the sensor readings is lost for an instant, but I wonder if we as users should also be able to see the tracking efficiency of every session to give us an idea of the integrity of the data?
In a nutshell, if I’m feeling calm and focussed at a given moment, but the Muse is telling me otherwise, which is correct?