[Eeglablist] Fwd: ICLabel project update and announcements
lpionton at ucsd.edu
Fri Jun 30 15:41:50 PDT 2017
I write to all of you with news about the ICLabel project. For
reference, the ICLabel project is my attempt at creating an automated
EEG IC classifier that is both high-accuracy and multi-class (discerns
brain from muscle, eye, heart, etc.). In the past, I've written about
the ICLabel website (reaching.ucsd.edu:8000/tutorial)
<reaching.ucsd.edu:8000/tutorial> having hosted a competition based on
who has submitted more EEG IC labels to the project as well as an
expansion of the website as an educational and training tool. Now, I
have some exciting new announcements of features that had been
*If you are wondering how proficient you are at labeling EEG ICs, you
can get a rigorous rating based on a statistical crowd-labeling model*.
When you sign into your account and view your ICLabel profile, there
will be a colored table showing your estimated proficiency. Note that
you have to have submitted a nominal amount of labels before you are
incorporated into the model and that the accuracy of the model's
estimate of your proficiency depends on how many labels you've submitted
(more is better). I would suggest a few hundred, which doesn't take as
long as you would imagine.
There are also some features still in the works, such as labeling
specific types of component of your choice as well as a comparison of
I also want to announce that *we will soon be hosting **another
competition*! More information to come soon...
Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience
and Department of Electrical Engineering at University of
California San Diego
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