[Eeglablist] How to Import Neuroscan .avg files to EEGLab
mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Fri May 19 15:50:20 PDT 2017
If you are still having this problem...
According to this site, the function you mention does seem to be the one
dedicated for that file format.
So in principle it should work. Could you send us error message or eegh
history, or anything that helps to diagnose the problem (such as a URL link
to a screenshot of the Matlab screen showing critical information)?
On Wed, Mar 8, 2017 at 2:24 AM, 剑胆 <xiejius at qq.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have some Neuroscan .avg data and want to use EEGlab to run
> time-frequency analyses. But I don't know how to import them into EEGlag. I
> have tried to use the function "loadavg.m" to load .avg data. However,
> "loadavg.m" only load .avg data as a 2 (channel numbers) x 2 (time points)
> matrix. The data structure is different from typical EEGlab's .set data. In
> addition, this 2 x 2 matrix doesn't contain channel location and other
> information. I don't know how to load .avg file with full information.
> Thanks all for your help!
> Jiushu Xie
> Postdoctoral Researcher
> School of Psychology
> South China Normal University
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