[Eeglablist] ICA channel locations using brainproducts easycap

Tarik S Bel-Bahar tarikbelbahar at gmail.com
Wed Sep 6 11:59:40 PDT 2017

> Hello,
> I recommend using and loading a channel locations file (Via Edit Channel
> Locations) from the manufacturer for your EEG system. Then make sure that
> they look okay when plotting in 2d and 3d (inside Edit Channel Locations).
> Not sure what EEGtoolbox is. In eeglab, there are many channel location
> files, and they are usually applied correctly upon import by eeglab.
> However it is necessary to check to be 100% sure. Further, the elp file you
> refer to is from the dipfit plugin and is usually used when running the
> dipfit/dipoles head setup before computing dipoles for ICA.
> ​You may also check channel locations available in eeglab at the following
site, and send in new channel locations to be added to eeglab developers.

Channel Location Files - SCCN



> On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 7:56 PM, Kelsey Sundby <ksundby at ucsd.edu> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I am currently trying to run ICA analysis on data collected using the
>> brainproducts actCHamps easycap. In the past my lab has used a biosemi cap
>> and loaded channel locations for the ICA analysis using a channel location
>> file from the EEGtoolbox:
>>  /EEGtoolbox/eeglab13_6_5b/plugins/dipfit2.3/standard_BESA/
>> standard-10-5-cap385.elp
>> Do I need different channel locations for the easycap or will this still
>> work?
>> Thank you!
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