[Eeglablist] Loading channel locations without GUI and pop_functions
spa268 at nyu.edu
Fri Jul 24 14:41:35 PDT 2015
Regarding question (1), you can run any function from the GUI and then
issue 'eegh' at the command line to get the code version of that command.
Then in the future you can use that code to run the operation (such as
loading channel locations) without using the GUI. In the past I've used
pop_chanedit to read channel locations from a template, but I suppose if
you have a separate file with the locations already then you could use e.g.
readlocs() and then do 'eeglab redraw' afterwards to update the GUI if
New York University, Abu Dhabi
Neuroscience of Language Lab
On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 4:29 PM, Frans Zdyb <frzdyb at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm currently writing an extension to eeglab. Unfortunately I don't have
> much experience using eeglab itself; therefore I have a few beginner
> 1) Is there a way to load channel locations from a .mat file without going
> through Edit->Channel Locations? The way I do it now is to load the
> chanlocs struct into matlab and run " EEG.chanlocs = chanlocs " and open
> Edit->Channel Locations and press ok; surely there must be a way to do it
> without GUI. I've tried using pop_chanedit, without success.
> 2) I've written several pop_[functions] as part of the extension, which
> alter fields in the EEG struct and add a few new ones. After running them,
> pop_newset() asks me to save the results as a new dataset. Is this normal
> eeglab behavior? Why not just overwrite the old one?
> I apologize if these questions have been answered before, but I couldn't
> find it in the archives.
> Thanks in advance,
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