[Eeglablist] importing Natus Xltek data

Eriksen, Jeffrey :LGS Neurodiagnostics JEriksen at LHS.ORG
Wed Sep 27 09:27:44 PDT 2017


The only way I know requires that you have the NeuroWorks software or the Datashare software from Natus. You can only export the data into the proprietary Natus format, or EDF.

-Jeff Eriksen
Legacy Health System
Portland, Oregon, USA

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Hi everyone!

could anyone tell me which it is the best way to import Natus Xltek data in eeglab?

Is it possible to do it directly or do I need to export the data as EDF -or other format better than EDF?
Please any recommendation is welcome!


Valia Rodriguez, MD PhD
Neurophysiology Lecturer. School of Life and Health Sciences, Aston University
Professor of Clinical Neurophysiology, Cuban Neuroscience Center
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