[Eeglablist] Curry software for current density localisation

Michael Wagner mwagner at neuroscan.com
Fri Sep 22 01:30:02 PDT 2017


Hello Bethel,

 > In short my question for anyone with experience is, can the Curry
 > software allow batch processing of multiple data sets when performing
 > sLORETA or eLORETA localisation?

Yes, all of these are features of the Curry software (sLORETA, eLORETA, 
batch processing).

Curry data files can be read by EEGLAB using an EEGLAB extension, and 
Curry can read a variety of third party data files including EDF and EDF+.

For more details, please contact curry8help at neuroscan.com

Best regards,

Michael
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 > [Eeglablist] Curry software for current density localisation
 >
 > Hi All,
 >
 > So far I have been using EEGLAB to export EEG data for sLORETA
 > localisation. EEGLAB helps by enabling batch processing of the exports.
 > A down side of the free sLORETA package
 > (http://www.uzh.ch/keyinst/loreta.htm) is that it does not allow batch
 > processing. So one have to click through the menus every time one needs
 > to perform even repeated exact procedures.
 >
 > I was thinking perhaps I can export the EEG data from EEGLAB to the
 > Curry software instead. But before we spend the enormous amount of money
 > I would actually like to know if the Curry software can really make life
 > easier when performing sLORETA analysis. I know that the Curry software
 > produces pretty scientific images with sLORETA but I want to know if it
 > can in addition enable batch processing. What I would love is to write
 > and run some scripts (similar to how we do in EEGLAB) on Friday and come
 > back on Monday with lots of data ready for visualization.
 >
 > In short my question for anyone with experience is, can the Curry
 > software allow batch processing of multiple data sets when performing
 > sLORETA or eLORETA localisation?
 >
 > Thanks
 >
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