[Eeglablist] Implementing Classification Algorithms within EEGLAB
smakeig at gmail.com
Tue Apr 27 12:56:45 PDT 2010
Saim & all - In a few weeks Christian Kothe and Thorsten Zander plan to
release a comprehensive and easy-to-use Matlab package, BCILAB, that will
function as a plug-in to EEGLAB and will very likely make your task much
easier. You can read a preview here:
http://sccn.ucsd.edu/~scott/pdf/Delorme_BCITools10.pdf -- a forthcoming
chapter on Matlab tools for BCI research.
2010/4/27 Saim Rasheed <saim.rasheed at unimi.it>
> I am using EEGLAB for data analysis and now interested in implementing some
> classification algorithm, for example, Support Vector Machine.
> I have recorded EEG data for three different conditions and now want to
> extract relevant features to perform training and classify them according to
> the conditions with in EEGLAB.
> Perhaps it is not possible with existing EEGLAB code and probably I need to
> write a customized code for this purpose. I was looking, where and
> how should I take start with in EEGLAB as I am beginning with classification
> algorithms and with writing EEGLAB script.
> Any answers/suggestions would be appreciated in this regard.
> Thanking you in advance.
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