[Eeglablist] how to remove event markers in BDF file

Deepa Gupta deepag1 at umbc.edu
Wed Apr 26 14:38:12 PDT 2017

Thank you so much Tarik for your response.

Those are useful tips and will work. However, I am hoping if someone could
also answer on how to not get these lines in the first place at all so that
there is no extra processing required in eeglab also. I have tried to
search online how BDF files are created, what settings related files play a
role in creating the BDF file and how can they be reset so that this
problem (of several events showing up in the data) doesn't happen in the
first place like how it used to work normally. But I didn't find much
online regarding this.

Thank you

Deepa Gupta
Research Assistant

On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 8:06 PM, Tarik S Bel-Bahar <tarikbelbahar at gmail.com>

> Hello Deepa, some suggestions below.
> ********************************************************
> Explore the various options such as Edit > Event Fields
> or Edit > Event Values  or Edit > Select data using events  or
> Edit > Select Epochs or Events. There are several options in these tools
> to remove events.
> You can find documentation for each function by clicking help in the gui
> or typing "doc NAMEoftheFUNCTION" in the matlab command line.
> also you could try emptying/deleting the EEG event structure and resaving
> the dataset.
> You can find details about the EEG.structure at the EEGLAB online wiki.
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