[Eeglablist] Hi, list: help with muscular artifacts
mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Mon Jun 16 11:54:10 PDT 2014
If you are looking for the online solution, Christian Kothe wrote a
solution for it. It's implemented in BCILAB.
If you are looking for the offline solution, the same solution (i.e. using
artifact-subspace reconstruction method) is available as a plugin
'clean_rawdata()' from here.
Our lab has several researchers interested in online EEG processes, EEG
during action, music, and dancing. We would love to hear more about what
On Thu, Jun 5, 2014 at 10:33 PM, Gustavo Sol <gustavosol at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, dear list, I'm new in this field, in fact I'm an artist that is trying
> understand the performance on the stage using the EEG technique. The
> actor's work is an activity that have much effort and muscular presence. I
> need filter it all.
> I read the paper "Removal of Movement Artifact from High-Density EEG
> Recorded During Walking and Running", by Joseph T. Gwin, Klaus Gramann,
> Scott Makeig, Daniel P. Ferris, but I didn't get much.
> From: <
> Since this paper was written in 2010, I would like to know if this methods
> are already implemented in EEGLab in a automatic way, or if exist other
> routines, templates-methods and protocols that are so efficient, but easier
> than what was explained there.
> Thanks a lot,
> vídeo book - http://gustavosol.blogspot.com
> Gustavo Sol
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