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PostPosted: Mon Aug 08, 2016 2:26 pm 
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Hello, I am a student researcher working with openvibe via NeuroSky Mindwave.
This is what I have done so far.Image
http://www.fast-files.com/getfile.aspx?file=118925
This is the link for the xml.

However, I looked at other scenarios which looks a lot simpler. Also, I couldn't connect the filtered signal to python...
What do I have to do in python(which I'm not actually good at...)to divide the single-channel raw data to
http://support.neurosky.com/kb/science/eeg-band-frequencies
these ranges?

And I need the values for the precise intensity of the ranges(Do I need to use NumPy and IPython???). Then I need to print these intensity values to csv.

I need to analyze values for scientific purposes.

It would be a lot for me if there was a python code example too.

Thank you very much for your cooperation.
If there are any links in the forum, please post them.


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I did not notice exactly
Looking for a partner to do a project?


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:45 am 
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Hi,
First, Organize your script it's a real spiderweb.^^
Second to avoid some problem use the last version of OpenViBE.
Third You can make one temporal filter for each frequency band.
Fourth you can use the box csv writer to save your result on csv.
Python is not necessary here.^^
Thibaut


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