[Eeglablist] EEGlab function to trim datasets

Tarik S Bel-Bahar tarikbelbahar at gmail.com
Thu Feb 13 04:42:20 PST 2014

Most basic user functions are have received considerable basic development.
You can delete sections that you want out by making a list of  start and
end times,
by hand or automatically, and then use the *eeg_rej* function, for example
like so:
EEG = eeg_eegrej(EEG, eval([ '[' Total_list_of_start_and_end_times ']' ]));
where Total_list_of_start_and_end_times looks something like this: [3020
3076; 3500 3590]
Do an example rejection from the GUI on continuous data,
and see the command in action by typing eegh for the command history.
Also consider down-sampling in time or the spatial density of the
electrodes, if you're having
considerable data crunch issues, and have the luxury of doing so.

Most functions you can check via the doc or help commands, or


[please also check also you're using latest versions]

[please check also eeglablist archives for past messages out of memory

Cheers, please let the list know regarding your adventures.
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