[Eeglablist] question and suggestion

Sven Muller scm at psychology.nottingham.ac.uk
Wed May 18 06:02:11 PDT 2005


Hi,

I have a question concerning the save currentdata set and the 
pop_saveset function.

After a stream of processing on original EEG data I have, say 16 
sub-sets. Instead of wanting to manually save each one of them I would 
like to automate it. For this I
use the pop_saveset function. However, as it happens, occasionnally, 
the order of sets (conditions) within one big (alleeg) dataset might be 
different.

I have seen that there is no option to specify the setname in addition 
to the set index in the pop_saveset function. Is there another way of 
automatically saving big datasets into smaller datasets using their 
setname as the filename to which they should be saved? Otherwise it 
would be difficult to distinguish between the set just according to 
their index numbers.

Would it be possible to add this option (setname) to future versions of 
eeglab pop_saveset?.

many thanks

Sven Mueller


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before the tears of Heraclitus, the gentle irony of Spinoza , the 
stinging satire of Diderot; but also because it is a crucial, lucid, 
and rational form of thought, and because it leads to a particularly 
demanding wisdom, to a humanism that asks man, and man alone, to define 
his destiny, and to construct it using the resources of reflective 
knowledge. The responsibility that this approach to life imposes is 
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