[Eeglablist] ICLabel plugin updated to version 1.0

Luca Pion-Tonachini lpionton at ucsd.edu
Fri Jan 11 23:29:53 PST 2019

Dear EEGLABList,

Although it has been quite some time. I have an update regarding the ICLabel project: 
       The ICLabel plugin for EEGLAB has been update to version 1.0! 

For anyone who does not know, ICLabel is a project aimed at creating a new EEG independent component classifier which categorizes ICs into one of seven categories: Brain, Muscle, Eye, Heart, Line Noise, Channel Noise, and Other. It is trained using crowdsourced IC labels and you can contribute to the project at the ICLabel website if you feel so inclined. The website is also a useful educational tool with descriptions of how to manually classify independent components as well as a tool for practicing manual component labeling.

The change in version 1.0 of the ICLabel plugin introduces two networks: ICLabel and ICLabelLite, both of which have been systematically validated in a journal paper which I plan to submit before the end of January. The previous version of the network is still available for the purposes of backwards compatibility. In terms of usage, you can call ICLabel from the Tools menu in EEGLAB just like before but now a window will first appear asking which version you would like to use. For those of you using ICLabel from the command line, the same command as before will still work:
EEG = iclabel(EEG);
But this now uses the updated network. If you wish to use ICLabelLite then type:
              EEG = iclabel(EEG, ‘lite’);
And if you want to use the previous version type:
              EEG = iclabel(EEG, ‘beta’);

Luca Pion-Tonachini
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