[Eeglablist] Trouble importing BV EEG file

周云晖 yhzhou17 at fudan.edu.cn
Thu Apr 4 00:40:49 PDT 2019

Hi Dan Dillon

Although I don't have very much experience with the bva-io extension, but the EEGLAB's default FILEIO plugin should read BrainVision EEG data file with no problem. You may try if it works.


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Subject: [Eeglablist] Trouble importing BV EEG file

Hi all. Our group just switched to Brain Vision and I’m having trouble importing BV files . . . seems simple enough but I’m stumped. I just upgraded to EEGLAB v14.1.2 and I’ve got the bva-io v1.5.13 extension. In the GUI I’m using that to select a *vhdr file, and then when prompted I’m leaving “Interval” and “Channels” empty (or typing in “all”, makes no difference). This returns a pop_loadbv (line 179) error “No such file or directory”.  I’ve also tried typing the path and *vhdr filename into pop_loadbv in the MATLAB Command Window--e.g., pop_loadbv('/Users/danieldillon/Work/Expts/StressMem/Data/TestData/STM003P','STM003P_ret_b1.vhdr')--but this returns the same error. Not sure what I’m doing wrong here—any ideas?




Dan Dillon, PhD

Director, Motivated Learning & Memory Lab

Center for Depression, Anxiety and Stress Research

McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Email: ddillon at mclean.harvard.edu

Phone: 617-855-4233 



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