Welcome to Neuroelectrics' Wiki!
Here you will find information on several topics of interest for researchers, clinicians and developers, including Tips and Tricks on using our systems, FAQs, general Troubleshooting, Interacting with our software NIC and our devices via other softwares (including Matlab or using the MatNIC toolkit)
We will address some important issues, such as how to create an experimental setup for Event Related Potentials and how to develop Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI) applications using our online NE Feature Xtractor, or third party platforms such as BCI2000 and OpenVibe. Furthermore, we will give you some hints to use our software NeuroSurfer to perform a Neurofeedback session. We will see how to analyze your data in Matlab and how to use our software NIC Offline to load and inspect your recordings and to visualize EEG features such as raw or filtered data, spectral density, spectrograms, spectral power scalp map etc.
The discussion covers sending/receiving markers and synchronization, creating an experimental setup for Event Related Potentials research, Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI) using our online NE Feature Xtractor, or third party platforms such as BCI2000, OpenVibe or | Pure Data, using our devices for Neurofeedback session, Data Analysis using Matlab or using NIC Offline the software to load, inspect and "playback" your Enobio or Starstim recordings, and visualize EEG features including raw or filtered data, spectral density, spectrograms, spectral power scalp maps, etc...
We include more advanced topics such as how to establish direct access to your device using the Neuroelectrics API and our NE files and data formats. The Neuroelectrics API for 5G devices will be available from December 2017.
You will also find here advanced information on multichannel transcranial stimulation (MtCS), including an overview of tCS montages and the algorithms and science behind our electric field simulator system and optimizer, StimViewer and StimWeaver.
If you have suggestions or ideas, please write to us at wiki (at) neuroelectrics.com.