Manuals & Downloads / Repository
In this page you can find links to our manuals and to a code repository. Many of these links are equivalent to those in our Documentation Area section in the Neuroelectrics website.
Neuroelectrics' systems include Enobio (EEG) and StarStim (EEG/tCS) class devices as well as our universal software controller - Neuroelectrics Instrument Controller (NIC). Manuals and other downloads are available for both.
Neuroelectrics Download Area for Manuals and software
You can find here a zip file containing the following:
- NE_Viewer.m, a Matlab demo function to read and plot NE files, together with - some data in .easy format and - a folder with the figures NE_Viewer.m generates with this data.
The data and code are provided as examples of how to use Matlab to read and plot data.
Please see the Data Processing with Matlab section for more information.
MatNIC device controller
MatNIC is a set of Matlab functions that allows the user remotely controlling and interact with NIC and, in turn, with the device that is connected to it (Starstim or Enobio class). MatNIC provides control of the main functions of NIC, namely, streaming of EEG data and management of neurostimulation. This gives the user full remote, programmatic control over NE devices such as Enobio or Starstim from a Matlab environment. These functions allow remotely starting and stopping the EEG streaming, loading a stimulation template, changing stimulation parameters while stimulation is ongoing, and starting and stopping the stimulation protocol (when using a StarStim device). This gives the user full remote, programmatic control over NE devices such as Enobio or Starstim from a Matlab environment.
The MatNIC zip file (contact us for more info) contains the following:
- The MatNIC manual (also available in our Download Area), an explanation on how to use the Matlab functions to remotely control NIC and - RemoteStimulatioClient, a folder with all the Matlab functions for remotely controlling NIC, and an example on how to use them.
See the MatNIC section for more info.