[Eeglablist] Spike exporting to eeglab

Tyler Miller milltyl at gmail.com
Thu Jul 15 15:41:28 PDT 2010


Thank you for your suggestion Ehsan, but can you elaborate? I'm starting to
think the the problem I'm having isn't importing the file to Matlab, but
rather my problem is getting eeglab to open it from Matlab.

Using the following point-and-click commands in eeglab: menu --> Import data
--> from ASCII/float file or Matlab array, a menu opens that allows me to
browse and specify the file I need opened. If I browse for the file and
select it, the first dropdown box in the menu automatically changes to
"Matlab .mat file." To me, this means eeglab is recognizing the file.

If all I do is load the file and select "Ok," I get the 'pop_editset()
erorr: cannot read .mat file 'file path''

Are the channel locations required to open the file data set?

Respectfully,
Tyler Miller



> I am using MATLAB SON library written by Malcolm Lidierth to import the
> spike data into MATLAB environment. Once you able to do this, I think you
> will be able to use the imported files in EEGlab as well.
> Attached is the manual for this library.
>
> Have fun,
>

Ehsan Negahbani
Ph.D. Student
School of Engineering
Faculty of Science & Engineering
The University of Waikato
Private Bag 3105
Hamilton 3240, NZ
enegahbani at gmail.com
ehsann at waikato.ac.nz

>
>
> On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 7:35 AM, Tyler Miller <milltyl at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hello All,
>>
>> Has anyone used Spike to collect neurodata and then transfer to eeglab?
>>
>> I'm using Spike (version 7) to collect several channels of EEG/EMG/EDA/EKG
>> data and 4 channels of event and marker information. Once the data is
>> collected there is a option to export as a .mat file.
>>
>> I assume the export procedure is working properly in Spike, however when I
>> attempt to open the file in eeglab, I get a "pop_edit setname ()" error
>> message. Any ideas why I would get this error message? From the archives
>> I've noticed some threads about "headers," is this my problem?
>>
>> I'm new to eeglab and would appreciate any help. Thanks!
>>
>> Respectfully,
>> Tyler
>>
>> --
>> Tyler Miller
>> Department of Psychology
>> Texas A&M University
>>
>>
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