- Plugin name : GDF file reader
- Version : 0.9.1
- Author : Bruno Renier, Jussi T. Lindgren
- Company : INRIA/IRISA
- Short description : GDF file reader
- Documentation template generation date : Dec 30 2016
Reads .GDF format files
The box attempts to be compliant with the version 2.51 of the GDF file specification (doc v10) by Alois Schlögl, as available at the arxiv.
This stream contains information about the experiment and subject.
- Type identifier : Experiment information (0x403488e7, 0x565d70b6)
Contains the signal information for the different channels (read from the GDF file).
- Type identifier : Signal (0x5ba36127, 0x195feae1)
Contains information about the stimulations that occurred during the experiment.
- Type identifier : Stimulations (0x6f752dd0, 0x082a321e)
Name of the GDF file to read.
- Type identifier : Filename (0x330306dd, 0x74a95f98)
- Default value : [ ]
Number of samples per channel in a streamed matrix.
- Type identifier : Integer (0x007deef9, 0x2f3e95c6)
- Default value : [ 32 ]
- Type identifier : Boolean (0x2cdb2f0b, 0x12f231ea)
- Default value : [ false ]
If your GDF file is located in your /tmp directory, you can configure the plugin as follows :
Samples per buffer :
Several example GDF files can be found in the share/openvibe/scenarios/signals/ folder.
Practical example :
Let's add a GDF file reader box to an empty scenario. One should also locate a GDF file and enter its path in the 'Filename' setting of the box. A second setting allows to specify the number of samples to be sent per data block.
This box has 3 output connectors, corresponding to experiment information, stimulations and signals. One can connect the last two to the two input connectors of a Signal Display box to visualise the signals and/or stimulations stored in the GDF file.
The experiment information output isn't operational yet.
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