[Eeglablist] Importing binary simple files in EEGLab v2019

Shiri Spitz sspitz1 at colgate.edu
Wed Nov 6 05:27:08 PST 2019


Hi John,
Thanks for your reply. I did try the mff import and you’re right, it
accounts for a lot already (and yeah, it has to be selected as a “folder”
in Windows). However I noticed that I can’t seem to select exactly the time
window I want in the mff format. I have epochs that start at -100 ms and
end at 29999 and I need to remove the first 100 ms. I tried selecting the
data from 0 to 29999 but I still end up with 29998 frames per epoch,
whereas in the RAW format it gave me the 30000 as I wanted. Any ideas about
why this is happening?
Thank you!
Shiri

On Wed, Nov 6, 2019 at 7:26 AM RICHARDS, JOHN <RICHARDS at mailbox.sc.edu>
wrote:

> Shiri.
>
> I don't know about the RAW files import.  We used to export the raw files
> and event files, gains and calibration info, from NSR with their programs
> and then import them separately into EEGLab.  We switched to the mff import
> and it works really well.  It imports the events and EEG data and accounts
> for multiple epochs and other issues.  We also read in the gain and
> impedance calibration information directly from the MFF "folder" on
> windows.
>
> John
>
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> Dear all,
>
> I have been using EEGLAB v14.1.2 to process data collected with Net
> Station 5. I have always imported my data as binary simple (.RAW) files
> because that seemed to work best for my purposes. However, when I updated
> to EEGLAB v2019.0, I noticed that I couldn't find this option anymore. Am I
> missing it somewhere, or has it stopped being a feature of EEGLAB? I
> noticed that I can download a plugin that lets me import Phillips EGI .mff
> files, but I already scripted everything I need to work with .RAW files and
> I'd like to keep using that if I can.
>
> Please let me know if there is any further information I can supply that
> will help you address my question.
>
> Thank you,
> Shiri Spitz
>
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