[EEG] open eeg/ocz nia "success"

Josh Bailey josh at anarkiwi.com
Mon Oct 5 18:18:05 PDT 2009

I've been addicted to our proprietary goo for too long. Will kick the 

OK. Sounds like there could be a need to write some pythonic toolkit that 
reads from neuroserver/EDF files and "finds/plots interesting things". 
Where interesting things are defined by people like Kelly - yes?

If so I don't have a problem signing up to do something like that? Have a 
feeling I would be reinventing the wheel though? Seems silly to have 
everyone essentially just fft'ing again and again using language of the 
moment. What am I missing here?

For the layman it seems a lot of the software out there just finds/plots 
interesting things, based on the authors' opinion, with varying degrees of 
configurability. Need some layer of abstraction.

My one other friend doing serious heavy duty EEG complains a lot about 
there being no nice software suite (she says, I wouldn't know better, and 
she's a professor and I am not), and research boils down to writing a lot 
of glue and mathematica.

On Mon, 5 Oct 2009, Anthony Di Franco wrote:

> See also sagemath.org if you want scipy/numpy, python, and a ton of other
> useful stuff packaged nicely together.
> On Oct 5, 2009 5:50 PM, "Jonathan Foote" <jtfoote at ieee.org> wrote:
> > Well shoot. I used bunch of proprietary Google goo (since I work there) to
> > mess around. I probab...
> 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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Josh Bailey (josh at anarkiwi.com)

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