BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

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pbrunner
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by pbrunner » 01 Mar 2016, 16:27

Griffin,

thanks for finding these bugs. I have created the following two tickets to track the effort to fix these bugs:

http://www.bci2000.org/tracproj/ticket/184
http://www.bci2000.org/tracproj/ticket/185

Regards, Peter

griffin.milsap
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by griffin.milsap » 01 Mar 2016, 17:45

Thanks Peter,

In the future, should I just post stuff like this to the bug tracker? What sort of bug reports should go here?

-Griff

pbrunner
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by pbrunner » 01 Mar 2016, 17:51

Griffin,

the bug tracker is for pretty much for everything for which you have a minimum working example, or a general issue that needs to be addressed. If you already have isolated the the issue this would also be wonderful. Just post the link to the bug tracker into the BBS so other users are aware of it. Jürgen works directly off the bug tracker, hence the better described and isolated the issue use the more effective he can fix it.

Btw. what is your interim verdict for BCI2000?

Regards, Peter

griffin.milsap
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by griffin.milsap » 02 Mar 2016, 10:24

Got it.

Not sure what you mean by my "interim verdict", but I think it's getting really close! I haven't done much with the contributions lately, so I'm not entirely sure if they're working well, but I've done some timing tests on our Blackrock system and I can validate that I've got really nice looking AV timings. Some of these bugs might be worth just marking as "known issues", as the only users who are going to run into them as an issue will probably be compiling from source anyway, and can just apply a patch after the release.

-Griff

okbalefthanded
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by okbalefthanded » 17 Mar 2016, 05:43

Hi,

I'm trying to check the latest source code version (v3.6) from the svn repository, but when I log on the repo the version that I have access to is the R5290 (v.3.0.5), how can I checkout the latest version?

Regards,
Okba

pbrunner
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by pbrunner » 17 Mar 2016, 10:46

Okbalefthanded,

the SVN revision R5290 on http://www.bci2000.org/svn/trunk is the most recent code base for BCI2000 v3.6 beta. The only reason you see v.3.0.5 in the Operator is, because we have not yet updated that string in the source code. Let me know if you have any issues with this version.

Regards, Peter

jewatts
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by jewatts » 24 Mar 2016, 05:50

Thanks for the update. I am still having the same issues as described in this thread though,
http://www.bci2000.org/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=3211

The beta versions just crash every time for me. The full release is more stable as expected but I still have an online prediction issue. I don't know if its a BCI2000 and BCILAB communication issues issue, or one of them and Matlab.

pbrunner
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by pbrunner » 02 Jun 2016, 16:40

Dear BCI2000 users,

we are nearing the final release of BCI2000 v3.6.

I would like to encourage all BCI2000 users to download and test the latest release candidate.

Regards, Peter

pbrunner
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by pbrunner » 04 Oct 2016, 17:44

Dear BCI2000 users,

we are nearing the final release of BCI2000 v3.6.

I would like to encourage all BCI2000 users to download and test the latest release candidate based on SVN revision 5558.

Regards, Peter

luismadhe
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by luismadhe » 10 Oct 2016, 12:00

Hello,

I cannot conect with Emotiv EPOC +, my OS is windows 10 64bits, see the error in the image please, I have the software Emotic TestBench

Hope you can help me.

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ofril
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by ofril » 27 Sep 2017, 05:25

pbrunner wrote:
21 Dec 2015, 15:06
TecMonterrey,

the integration of the ant-neuro provided source module is still pending on our list. We anticipate to get that done within the next few weeks.

Regards, Peter
Dear all,
I cannot find a source module for acquisition with the ANT-neuro eego , is it available, or could someone that have implemented it share the module?

With Thanks

praveenpuvvadi
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by praveenpuvvadi » 16 Mar 2018, 17:57

I couldn't find the liveamp source . DId you have precompiled version of liveamp source?

dmedine
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by dmedine » 08 Aug 2018, 07:24

The LiveAmp source (and many others that are available in the current source code) is not in there. Does anybody know of a way to access this stuff without building and compiling? This is no problem for software developers (actually, it is quite a well managed repository) but for others, running cmake and installing Qt and MSVC versions might not be so easy.

dmedine
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Re: BCI2000 v3.6 beta test

Post by dmedine » 08 Aug 2018, 07:31

I take it back. I just did a fresh install of http://bci2000.org/downloads/bin/BCI2000.x32.x64.beta.R5711.setup.exe and LiveAmpSource was there.

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