Here are the basic steps I used to process BioSemi EEG data. 1 load raw data 2 channel location 3 re-reference 4 filtering (sometimes the data is very huge and therefore the filtering will be very slow, so we can do the filtering later) 5 Create EEG event list (ERPLAB from now on) 6 Assign bins… Continue reading EEG Processing Steps (based on EEGLAB and ERPLAB)
An example code of how I merge behavioral data into EEG Code:
A sample to illustrate how a period of EEG topography looks like.
This method is developed by Erik Flister. It is designed to read/write TTL levels on parallel port pins under Linux, win32 (using porttalk), or matlab32 on win64 (using io32). This method includes two code files: pp.m and ppMex.c. The way to implement this method is easy, just to insert a line of code in your matlab script. To even… Continue reading Send Triggers via Parallel Port in Linux – using pp & ppMEX.c
Biosemi is a lazy EEG company… Biosemi developed their Linux recording software (Actiview) based on Labview 8.5 (32-bit). Actiview, therefore, has to run in a LabVIEW run-time engine (8.5) environment. It seems that they didn’t update this after release. A big problem is, who still use a 32-bit system? My lab currently builds a series… Continue reading Install Biosemi Actiview on 64-bit Linux (Ubuntu)
Shichun Guo and I developed a toolbox (based on MATLAB) to analyze EEG data, we called it ”EEGKiller” because it meets our demands so nicely. Download and try it!