[Eeglablist] Nihon Koden *.EEG files

Midhat Ali midhatali at gmail.com
Mon Jun 23 06:08:41 PDT 2008


I worked with this format last year (EEG 1100 or 2100 i think). I
found two software that can handle this format. U can export this
format to ASCII which can beread by EEGLab.

One is the Nihon Koden supplied software. Selection with that is a bit
tricky but it can export in ASCII. the other is eemagine EEG, which
can open the files, export them to ASCII and do some other tricks with
it. I believe eemagine has a demo version avalable.

- Midhat

On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 2:15 PM, Brett Foster
<BFoster at groupwise.swin.edu.au> wrote:
> Dear Users,
> I am currently trying to import ECoG data from a neurofax Nihon Koden machine into eeglab/matlab.  So far the biosig plugins have not worked.  If any users have experience with this data format it would be most appreciated.
> NB:  The header contains "EEG-2100  V02"
> Regards,
> Brett.
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