[Eeglablist] eeg_checkset warning
Tarik S Bel-Bahar
tarikbelbahar at gmail.com
Wed Sep 20 09:48:36 PDT 2017
Hello Pooja, some quick notes below for you, best wishes.
It's better to provide more information about the kind of data you are
loading, and the function you are using to load the data.If you have a
question in the future please try to do so.
My bet is that eeglab is trying to read events from one of the channels,
but then finds that there are no events and then it just treats the channel
it thought was events as a normal data channel. If you end up with 32
channels of data, then things are probably okay though you are getting this
For example, If you are using the biosig import function, then there is a
'no events' flag that you can use that will make message go away. This may
also be the case with the other import functions. Go ahead and take a look
through the documentation for the functions you are using.
You can do so by typing eegh after your import, looking at the name of the
function that was run, and then typin in the command line: help
NAmeOfFunction or doc NameOfFunction.
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