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Stephen Politzer-Ahles politzerahless at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 14:29:43 PST 2017

I don't think there's a built-in way to do this (except maybe by using
STUDY). But it's straightforward with basic MATLAB functions. You can open
each of the four files separately (one at a time by hand, or using a 'for'
loop). Then, for each file, use any input/output function (like dlmwrite()
or xlswrite() ) to export the object 'EEG.data' into a separate file. There
are lots of ways you can do it, depending on how you want the data
organized; if you only want one channel from each person, you can put each
channel into one column and put the four people together in one sheet, or
if you want all channels you can put each person's data (a two-dimensional
matrix) into a separate sheet of the Excel file, etc. etc.

Stephen Politzer-Ahles
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Department of Chinese and Bilingual Studies

On Tue, Jan 3, 2017 at 10:48 PM, zahra fotovatnia <fotovatnia at yahoo.com>

> Hi
> I have gone through the process of filtering, correcting, and epoching
> each individual file in eeglab. Now I need to average 4 files I have for
> each participant to come up with one file for each participant.  I know it
> is possible to use <<sum/compare ERPs<< to average a few datasets and draw
> the plot.  However, I could not figure out how to extract this  data
> arranged by electrodes and export the data to excel and analyze it
> statistically.
> I appreciate your help.
> Zahra
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