[Eeglablist] Channel location file - 64 channels 10/20
mayuresh.korgaonkar at gmail.com
Fri Nov 3 21:15:07 PST 2006
I tried doing that. However the channel locations for VEOG and HEOG were
missing. Infact there was warning in the command window saying that VEOG and
HEOG locations were not found. Is it valid to proceed with the analysis
without these channel locations. I am planning to reject the ICA components
using the maps.
On 11/3/06, arno <arno at salk.edu> wrote:
> Dear Mayuresh,
> if you have standard channel locations (not scanned locations), you do not
> need the Neuroscan file. In the EEGLAB channel editor (menu Edit > Channel
> locations), simply click on the button "Look up locs" to look up locations
> for your channel data. The first lookup gui that pops up when you call this
> menu does not seem to work (it has been fixed).
> Mayuresh Korgaonkar wrote:
> Hello List and EEGLAB authors,
> I was having some problems reading channel locations for my EEG data. The
> data is collected using a Neuroscan system in the standard 10/20 setup using
> a 64 channel cap. The sample channel location files did not have the
> location files for a 64 channel data set. Any ideas how I can do this?
> Sorry for this naive question. The link of "dave.zip" doesn't seem to
> work. Could anyone upload this file again?
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