Fifth EEGLAB Workshop
University of California San Diego
La Jolla, California, Nov. 8-10, 2007
following the Society for Neuroscience meeting in San Diego
The purpose of this three day EEGLAB workshop will be to introduce EEGLAB to those considering its use in their research and to accelerate the transition to more advanced uses of EEGLAB for current research users and developers. The workshop will present conceptual overviews and demonstrations by EEGLAB developers and contributors aimed to present conceptual answers and hands-on examples to questions such as:- What is the overall structure of the EEGLAB software envinronment?
- What kinds of electrophysiological data can I process using EEGLAB?
- How can I use the EEGLAB graphic interface to explore my data?
- What data visualization modes does EEGLAB include?
- How can I use EEGLAB to remove artifacts and corrupted data points?
- How can I use the independent component analysis (ICA) tools in EEGLAB?
- How can I use the time/frequency analysis tools built into EEGLAB?
- What inverse source modeling tools are available in EEGLAB?
- How can I use EEGLAB to process data from multiple subjects at once?
- How can I use EEGLAB to compare ICA decompositions across subjects?
- What statistical analysis tools are available in EEGLAB?
- How can EEGLAB simplify Matlab script-based processing?
- What documentation is available for EEGLAB?
- What is the EEGLAB bug/suggestion reporting system?
- What EEGLAB plug-in functions have been published to date?
- How can I contribute new functions and plug-ins to EEGLAB?
- How can I build bridges to other Matlab-based brain imaging tools?
- What is the planned EEGLAB development path?
Timing: 8:00am, Thurs. Nov. 8 (optional check-in Wed, Nov 7 from 5-7pm at Embassy Suites)
to 7:30pm, Sat Nov. 10, 2007 (workshop ends at 6pm, cocktail reception follows until 7:30pm)
Place: Embassy suites, La Jolla CA
Speakers: Arnaud Delorme, Julie Onton, Stefan Debener, Tzyy-Ping Jung, Scott Makeig
Cost: See Details
EEGLAB: An open source Matlab environment for the analysis of EEG, MEG and related electrophysiological signals, EEGLAB is released for non-commercial use as open source software in the public domain under the Gnu Public Licensea by the Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience (SCCN) of the Institute for Neural Computation at the University of California San Diego in La Jolla. EEGLAB has been used by the Swartz Center team and many other laboratory groups to publish results in leading journals including Science, Journal of Neuroscience, Nature, Neuroimage, Trends in Cognitive Science, and PLOS Biology. As an open source project, its functionality can and may be easily extended to include many types of electromagnetic data analysis. Over 2,500 researchers in many countries subscribe to its email discussion list, and more than twenty specialized EEGLAB plug-ins functions are available from several research groups.
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