re : events of dataset for motor imagery provided in physionet.org

epodder
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Re: re : events of dataset for motor imagery provided in physionet.org

Post by epodder » 19 Jan 2019, 01:59

prof. Peter Brunner
please can you send me the original data ?
I have the same problem. My email is e2.120926@gmail.com
Best regards,
Etu podder

tarapatel
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Re: re : events of dataset for motor imagery provided in physionet.org

Post by tarapatel » 26 Mar 2019, 06:04

I have downloaded the Matlab document from Physionet ATM. The 65th channel demonstrates diverse numbers as 12331, 5140, 11008, and so on and a trail of zeroes at certain focuses. The most effective method to relate these with the occasions. How to locate the one for left and the one for right?

eyosrita
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Re: re : events of dataset for motor imagery provided in physionet.org

Post by eyosrita » 15 Jun 2019, 11:35

pbrunner wrote:
19 Aug 2016, 10:59
Samhitha,

we initially provided the data without the .event files, so I assume that physionet.org created the event files. Looking at these event files, they indeed are wrong. For that reason I would recommend that you disregard them. We will contact physionet.org to resolve this issue. In the meantime I can offer you two workarounds:

(1) You use the annotations in the EDF+ file.
(2) I can provide you with the original BCI2000 data files.

Regards, Peter
Hello Prof. Peter Brunner
please can you send me the original data to yosritaryanto@gmail.com

I notice I have the same problem.

Thanks,
Efy Yosrita

mcmelo
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Re: re : events of dataset for motor imagery provided in physionet.org

Post by mcmelo » 27 Jun 2019, 09:34

Hello,


Reading the annotations of the file, it is available the onset of movement of the volunteer.
I would like to know if is there some electromyography information to understand better when the movement starts or when it finishes, to track the brain patterns during this moment.


Thanks in advance!

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