Cursor Task Classifier Matrix Issue

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Cursor Task Classifier Matrix Issue

Post by chpseeg » 14 Mar 2017, 13:41


I am using the emotiv epoc + which has 14 electrodes. I am trying to configure cursor task using data from BCI2000's offline analysis.
From my tests, I found the cursor task will only allow me to use electrodes F7, FC5, F3, and AF3. When any of the other 10 electrodes are used I receive the error "The channel does not exist, or is outside the allowed range." I have verified all electrodes are specified in the "ChannelNames" location and "SpacialFilterCAROutputs" section is left empty. I attached a screenshot of my configuration below. Any insight you can provide me is greatly appreciated.


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Re: Cursor Task Classifier Matrix Issue

Post by mellinger » 23 Oct 2018, 10:51

Did you assign channel names in the Source->ChannelNames parameter?


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