[Eeglablist] Announcement: SigViewer 0.4.0 released

Clemens Brunner clemens.brunner at TUGraz.at
Wed Jun 16 08:01:25 PDT 2010

SigViewer 0.4.0 has been released. You can get binaries for Windows, Mac OS X, and Ubuntu 10.04 (32bit and 64bit) at:


Feedback, wishes, and bug reports are highly welcome. We are also looking for people who would like to join the development team.

In case you have never heard of SigViewer, here's a short description from the project website:

SigViewer is a powerful viewing application for biosignals, originally designed to display electroencephalographic (EEG) data. SigViewer now supports several biosignal data formats through libbiosig4c++ (for example GDF, EDF, CNT, EEG, and many more). Besides displaying biosignals, SigViewer supports creating annotations to select artifacts or specific events.

SigViewer is written in standard C++ using the platform-independent graphical user interface (GUI) toolkit Qt 4. SigViewer is available for all three major platforms (namely Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux) using only one common source tree. Moreover, it does not depend on any proprietary tools such as Matlab or the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), making it a truly free open-source program licensed under the GPL.

SigViewer is developed by the Institute for Knowledge Discovery, Graz University of Technology (http://bci.tugraz.at/).


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