[EEG] open eeg/ocz nia "success"
josh at anarkiwi.com
Mon Oct 5 15:04:20 PDT 2009
'Tis true, I have some data of my own but it's NIA output (think PCM), not
in EDF or any of that cool stuff - and I can only record a minute or two
before one of the channels starts to wander off. I really think it's a
toy. Beware NIA. I did FFT it and spikes appeared in plausible places to
me, but I've a lot to learn before I can say it was actually recording
My OpenEEG is breathing now so happy to record something for others to
use. I warn you, it will be from my brain. :)
Will plan on bringing my own data to this EEG data potluck that appears to
be shaping up for the weekend.
Will be Tesla coiling next few days (one of the other hobbies) which
really puts a notch in my filter for now, har har.
On Mon, 5 Oct 2009, Kelly wrote:
> There's sample EEG data on the eeglab website (eeglab is a matlab
> module) that we've played with in the past. Also, I know that someone
> (...Mitch?) did get some openEEG electrodes making data that was at
> least enough for an FFT. And Josh, don't you have some data? I
> thought you showed me some.
> Can we make it a goal to get some links on the wiki page to sample
> data so people can download it and play with it?
> On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 2:38 PM, Christoph Maier
> <cm.hardware.software.elsewhere at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, 2009-10-05 at 14:26 -0700, Kelly wrote:
> >> Realistically, we could be working on noise reduction and software
> >> NOW. And I'd like to be, frankly, because it's somewhere I can
> >> actually contribute. We have eeg data.
> > Data! Data!!
> > DROOOOOOOOOL!!!
> >> We should start playing with
> >> it. And hopefully soon we'll have better EEG data, and the equipment
> >> to get more whenever we want.
> >> -K
> > Where can I get it?
> > Christoph <- in San Diego for now.
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Josh Bailey (josh at anarkiwi.com)
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