[Eeglablist] Compiled version of EEGLAB/ERPLAB for Linux x86_64?
arno at ucsd.edu
Tue Dec 23 19:36:56 PST 2014
You should not worry too much about using an older version of EEGLAB. As long as you are dealing with single subject analysis, nothing much has changed.
Yes the compilation process is not too hard although it is time consuming to check that all the menus are working - and fix the issues if any are encountered. We have updated the compilation scripts recently but have not pursued to check everything and release a new version. We would probably compile for Windows first (not Linux) as this is what is most interesting to people.
First we need to see how much interest there is. Please send us a request at eeglab at sccn.ucsd.edu with the platform you would like to see EEGLAB compiled with and the plugins/extension you would like to see included at compilation time (because plugins cannot be added after the program is compiled). If we get more than 10 requests, we will look into it and probably release a new compiled version next month.
On Dec 23, 2014, at 6:32 PM, Makoto Miyakoshi <mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu> wrote:
> 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> wrote:
> 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 (188.8.131.52b) 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:
> 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.
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> Makoto Miyakoshi
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> Institute for Neural Computation, University of California San Diego
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