[Eeglablist] Regarding Standard EEG database
german.gomezherrero at tut.fi
Wed Apr 16 01:48:47 PDT 2008
I don't think that you can find a "standard" EEG database. However, you can
find very good quality "labeled" databases in the internet. You should check
this link maintained by Arnaud Delorme:
You must be aware that labeling an EEG dataset is far more complex than
labeling e.g. an ECG, which is already quite difficult. The problem is that
it is often impossible to be 100% sure whether certain waveform or pattern
in the EEG corresponds to certain electrophysiological process in the brain.
Nevertheless, if you are interested in pattern recognition I would suggest
that you take a look at Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) or epileptic seizure
For epileptic seizure prediction there is a very comprehensive database from
the university of Freiburg:
The link above is not working in this moment, at least from my computer...
but it might work later.
Another possibility is to use the two epileptic EEG datasets that we have
available in our group:
For BCI applications some datasets are available here:
M. Sc., Researcher
Tampere University of Technology
P.O. Box 553, FI-33101, Tampere, Finland
Phone: +358 3 3115 4519
Mobile: +358 40 5011256
Fax: +358 3 3115 4989
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[mailto:eeglablist-bounces at sccn.ucsd.edu] On Behalf Of Roshan Martis
Sent: 15 April 2008 20:21
To: eeglablist at sccn.ucsd.edu
Subject: [Eeglablist] Regarding Standard EEG database
Dear EEGLAB users,
I am working on EEG. I have implemented few pattern recognition algorithms
on Matlab. I have a EEG database but I do not know how to label it. so if
some of you have a standard EEG database can you send it to me.
Thanks in advance
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