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*If this does not give an acceptable level of accuracy, (typically 95% or higher), repeat more test runs to collect more data files. Add these data files as above, and click '''Apply Feature Weights''' in the lower right-hand column to look for how many flashes is needed. Repeat as necessary.
 
*If this does not give an acceptable level of accuracy, (typically 95% or higher), repeat more test runs to collect more data files. Add these data files as above, and click '''Apply Feature Weights''' in the lower right-hand column to look for how many flashes is needed. Repeat as necessary.
*In the lower middle column, type <tt>Trained</tt> for 'File Prefix’' and <tt>1</tt> for '‘File #s to Save’'
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*In the lower middle column, type <tt>Trained</tt> for ''File Prefix'' and <tt>1</tt> for ''File #s to Save''
*Click ''*.prm (v2)''again to generate a <tt>Trained</tt> parameter file
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*Click '''*.prm (v2)''' again to generate a <tt>Trained</tt> parameter file
 
*Close BCI2000, MatLab, and the P300_GUI programs
 
*Close BCI2000, MatLab, and the P300_GUI programs
 
*Open BCI2000 with the batch\P3Speller_<Your_Amplifier>.bat file
 
*Open BCI2000 with the batch\P3Speller_<Your_Amplifier>.bat file
*Click on ‘Config’, and ‘Load Parameters’
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*Click on '''Config''', and '''Load Parameters'''
 
*Load the base parameter file for your amplifier, and then the <tt>Trained</tt> parameter file.
 
*Load the base parameter file for your amplifier, and then the <tt>Trained</tt> parameter file.
*In the ‘Filtering’ tab, set EpochsToAverage to the ideal number found by now many flashes were needed to attain maximum accuracy. In our example, this would be 10.
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*In the '''Filtering''' tab, set ''EpochsToAverage'' to the ideal number found by how many flashes were needed to attain maximum accuracy. In our example, this would be 10.
*In the ‘Application’ tab:
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*In the '''Application''' tab:
**Set NumberOfSequences to this number as well
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**''NumberOfSequences'' to this number as well
**Delete the contents of the '‘Text to Spell'field
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**Delete the contents of the ''Text to Spell'' field
**Set '‘InterpretMode’' to <tt>online free mode</tt>
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**Set ''InterpretMode'' &rarr; <tt>online free mode</tt>
**Make sure the '‘DisplayResults’' box is checked
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**Make sure the ''DisplayResults'' box is checked
*Click ‘Save Parameters’ and name as you see fit. Typically this parameter file would be <tt>P300_<Your Amplifier>_<Volunteer's Intials>_Free_Spelling.prm</tt> This file is now the file used for that volunteer in later P300 Spelling sessions
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*Click '''Save Parameters''' and name as you see fit. Typically this parameter file would be <tt>P300_<Your Amplifier>_<Volunteer's Intials>_Free_Spelling.prm</tt> This file is now the file used for that volunteer in later P300 Spelling sessions
  
  
 
To continue onto performing P300 spelling experiments, continue to [[User Tutorial:Performing a P300 Spelling Session|Performing a P300 Spelling Session]].
 
To continue onto performing P300 spelling experiments, continue to [[User Tutorial:Performing a P300 Spelling Session|Performing a P300 Spelling Session]].

Revision as of 22:30, 9 January 2009

  • Run src/contrib./Tools/P300GUI/P300_GUI.m
  • Close the Editor window that appears, and type in P300_GUI
  • In the upper left-hand column, click on ‘Select Training Data’
  • Select the data files collected from the runs for THE, QUICK, BROWN, and FOX
  • In the lower left-hand column, press the Generate Feature Weights button
  • A pair of graphs should be displayed, similar to those below.
    • The important feature is to notice that the red line in the upper graph, the accuracy, increases with more flashes
  • Close the window of the graphs
  • In the lower-middle column, type Training for '‘File Prefix:'’, and 1 for '‘File #s to Save’'
  • Click on '*.prm (v2)’
    • This will generate a .prm (parameter) file in the same folder as the data files
  • Returning to BCI2000, click on ‘Config’ and ‘Load Parameters’, selecting the new .prm file
  • In the ‘Application’ tab, change TextToSpell to JUMPS, and click ‘Set Config’
  • Press ‘Start’ to collect one more run of data
  • Once the last run of data has finished, go back to the P300_GUI program and click ‘Add Test Data’ in the upper right-hand column
  • Select the newest set of data, and click ‘Apply Feature Weights’ in the lower right-hand column - A new window of graphs will appear
  • The important thing to see from these graphs is where the red line in the upper graph reaches 100%.
    • In the example below, this is from 9 to 11, and then drops. This means that 10 flashes gives the best accuracy.
9to11.PNG
  • If this does not give an acceptable level of accuracy, (typically 95% or higher), repeat more test runs to collect more data files. Add these data files as above, and click Apply Feature Weights in the lower right-hand column to look for how many flashes is needed. Repeat as necessary.
  • In the lower middle column, type Trained for File Prefix and 1 for File #s to Save
  • Click *.prm (v2) again to generate a Trained parameter file
  • Close BCI2000, MatLab, and the P300_GUI programs
  • Open BCI2000 with the batch\P3Speller_<Your_Amplifier>.bat file
  • Click on Config, and Load Parameters
  • Load the base parameter file for your amplifier, and then the Trained parameter file.
  • In the Filtering tab, set EpochsToAverage to the ideal number found by how many flashes were needed to attain maximum accuracy. In our example, this would be 10.
  • In the Application tab:
    • NumberOfSequences to this number as well
    • Delete the contents of the Text to Spell field
    • Set InterpretModeonline free mode
    • Make sure the DisplayResults box is checked
  • Click Save Parameters and name as you see fit. Typically this parameter file would be P300_<Your Amplifier>_<Volunteer's Intials>_Free_Spelling.prm This file is now the file used for that volunteer in later P300 Spelling sessions


To continue onto performing P300 spelling experiments, continue to Performing a P300 Spelling Session.