[Eeglablist] Compiled version of EEGLAB/ERPLAB for Linux x86_64?

Makoto Miyakoshi mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Tue Dec 23 18:32:00 PST 2014

Dear Arno,

I think this is for you. Would you mind telling us what you think?


On Thu, Dec 11, 2014 at 5:39 PM, Kartik Subbarao <subbarao at computer.org>

> Hi everyone,
> My professional background is in IT, and I've recently been investigating
> EEG in more detail. I'm looking to do some investigations with
> EEGLAB/ERPLAB and consumer-grade EEG hardware. I don't currently have
> access to MATLAB, so I'm not able to install EEGLAB. I saw that a compiled
> version of an older version of EEGLAB ( is available for Windows,
> and I can check that out, but ideally I'd like to keep up with the most
> recent versions of the software, and I'd prefer to be able to run it on
> Linux.
> I'd like to ask the developers how involved the process is for compiling
> the software, and whether that can be integrated into the standard release
> process. If it will help, I'd be willing to volunteer any software
> integration assistance that I might be able to provide -- it'd be great if
> this open-source software were more broadly available without having to
> purchase MATLAB. From reading this page:
> http://sccn.ucsd.edu/wiki/A13:_Compiled_EEGLAB
> I get the sense that the compilation process is straightforward, and there
> don't seem to be major barriers to making it available on a regular basis.
> If there are, I'd definitely like to understand this better -- and again,
> offer to help if possible.
> With lower-cost EEG hardware becoming increasingly available (such as the
> 16-channel OpenBCI system and the upcoming 64-channel EEG64 system), I
> imagine that there will be more demand for EEGLAB among a wider community
> of independent researchers.
> I'd appreciate any thoughts, comments, suggestions that you can provide.
> Thanks,
>     -Kartik
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Makoto Miyakoshi
Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience
Institute for Neural Computation, University of California San Diego
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