[Eeglablist] Importing Event from Physionet EEG Motor Movement/Imagery Dataset (eegmmidb)
Tarik S Bel-Bahar
tarikbelbahar at gmail.com
Wed Oct 11 13:49:54 PDT 2017
Please first go ahead and take the time to review past eeglablist messages
regarding events, importing events, and making events lists. You can easily
find these via google and/or reviewing the extensive eeglablist archives.
In case you haven't before, for googling eeglablist, just type "your TOPIC"
and "eeglablist" into google.
Also if you have not have a chance to yet, please go ahead and fully review
the online eeglab tutorial information about events.
Note that one can easily edit events once they are in via the eeglab gui,
or building scripts based on using the gui and eegh to see what commands
are run when using the gui. Note that one can also build/import text lists
of the events into the .set file.
If you want, you can also search for authors who have already worked with
the database, and try contacting them directly.
Once you have a solution and/or more detailed questions, please share it
with the list.
On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 9:18 PM, Mohamed Athif <athifrm at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Community,
> I am working on motor imagery classification and wanted to use the
> database given in https://physionet.org/pn4/eegmmidb/ for motor imagery.
> In importing the EDF files through EEG I was unable to successfully import
> the events. I have tried the following
> 1) Import using the default EDF importing option in EEGlab - While I get
> events imported in the correct format, all the events are labeled as '1' as
> opposed to '1','2' and '3'
> 2) Using readedf in Matlab and obtaining the 65 channel EEG. then
> importing the events manually through the 65th channel. - The event markers
> do not seem to be correct has more than described number of events
> I would appreciate if any of you have used the database and know a
> successful way to import the data. Thank you very much for spending your
> valuable time
> Mohamed Athif
> Research Intern | Medical Mechatronics Laboratory | National University of
> Undergraduate | Biomedical Engineering
> Secretary | IEEE EMBS Student Branch Chapter at UoM
> Assistant Promotion and Online Media Coordinator | Gavel Club of UoM
> Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
> University of Moratuwa
> Sri Lanka
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