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The Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience (SCCN), UCSD, makes freely available for non-profit research use a number of Matlab and other software applications for collection and analysis of electrophysiological data. Of these, the best known is the extensive EEGLAB environment for Matlab. See links to documentation on this and other software tools below.


The EEGLAB Environment

EEGLAB - An extensive MATLAB environment for electrophysiological signal processing

EEGLAB Plug-In Toolboxes

Neuroelectromagnetic Forward Head Modeling Toolbox (NFT) - A toolbox to construct electrical head models by Zeynep Akalin Acar

Brain-Computer Interface Toolbox (BCILAB) - A toolbox to build, test, and run online BCI classifiers by Christian Kothe

Brain Source Information Flow Toolbox (SIFT) - A toolbox to model and visualize autoregressive EEG network events by Tim Mullen

MoBILAB - A toolbox for analysis and visualization of Mobile Brain/Body Imaging (MoBI) data by Alejandro Ojeda

AMICA - An introduction to ICA and to Adaptive Mixture ICA (AMICA) by Jason Palmer

Enactor - A framework for 3-D modeling

The Online EEGLAB Workshop

Online EEGLAB Workshop - A growing online resource for videos, slides, links, and data

Some Previous EEGLAB Workshops

Experimental Real-time Interactive Control and Analysis (ERICA)

Lab Streaming Layer (LSL) - A software framework for synchronizing a large array of data collection and stimulation devices by Christian Kothe.

See a YouTube video overview here.

Simulation and Neuroscience Application (SNAP) - A software environment in Python for controlling simple to very complex (3-D gaming) experimental protocols by Christian Kothe.

See a YouTube video intro at 14:45 here.

MatRiver - A MATLAB interface for online data computation and visualization by Nima Bigdely-Shamlo

Enactor - A MATLAB interface to maintain a 3-D experiment space model and control an experiment by Nima Bigdely-Shamlo

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