[Eeglablist] Export ICA-corrected data files

Cedric Cannard cannardc at gmail.com
Fri Aug 30 15:17:27 PDT 2019

Hi Sungjin,

You could do something like this.

I am guessing you removed your bad IC components like this?
- Tools > Reject data using ICA > Reject components by map
- Click on "Accept" in the component's window you want to remove
- Click "Ok" to close the main Components window
- Tools > remove components > Ok > Accept > Ok

Then, you can just save EEG.data and EEG.times in 2 .mat files if that
works for you:
ICA_corrected_data = EEG.data;
time_points = EEG.times;

Hope that helps,

On Fri, Aug 30, 2019 at 2:41 PM Sungjin Im <sungjin.im.p at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I used the EEGLAB for preprocessing, and want to save ICA-corrected data
> files into a 2D array (channel x time) without any ICA weights and other
> parameters separately. In other words, once you apply ICA to an EEG
> waveform and plot it, I can see ICA-corrected wave forms. I want to save
> this data into a simple mat file. How can I go about this?
> --
> Best Wishes,
> Sungjin
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Cédric Cannard, PhD candidate
Université Toulouse III, CerCo, Clesco CNRS, France
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