[EEG] open eeg/ocz nia "success"

Jonathan Foote jtfoote at ieee.org
Mon Oct 5 17:50:39 PDT 2009


> Well shoot. I used bunch of proprietary Google goo (since I work there) to
> mess around. I probably should've actually looked harder at what existed
> at the python level. Not necessarily very collaboration friendly. IIRC the
> python FFT libraries I found a while back where pure python and slow.

Take a look at scipy/numpy. As fast as anything out there. I've been
doing real-time audio processing (with graphical display) using them,
EEG stuff needs much less (per channel, anyway).

I also goofed and missed the old "OpenEEG" wiki page (a search for
"EEG" didn't turn it up). Since we're doing more than OpenEEG, and
I've linked the new EEG page from the front page, I propose moving
most of the group stuff to the EEG page and keeping OpenEEG specific
stuff on OpenEEG (all crosslinked, naturally).



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