by Forrest Sheng Bao http://fsbao.net
Hi, if you know any EEG data source at public domain, please bother me and let me know it. http://narnia.cs.ttu.edu/drupal/node/2
I strongly agree that experimental data and papers born in universities should be freely open to public, because those research and universities are funded by the whole society: government research grants, private donations, etc. You may see the research is funded by a company. So they pay for the building you are using? Do they pay the Internet bills? Do they pay for libraries? Paper database subscription? You are using the resources of the university. It's hard to say who "hires" you. So, we are employees of the public, the whole society. So we should let our "boss", the whole society know our work. Go, Open access and open source!
Edftools, to read EDF format EEG data http://www.neurotraces.com/edf/download/download.html
1. Sleep EEG data(*)
"The recordings were obtained from Caucasian males and females (21 - 35 years old) without any medication"
Only one of them has a bit problem, "had mild difficulty falling asleep but were otherwise healthy, during a night in the hospital".
The data format is EDF, an open format. Some guys in MIT developed a toolkit, PhysioToolkit, running on Linux and Mac to read it out. But I need to figure it out first. http://www.physionet.org/physiotools/wfdb.shtml
2. Epileptic data(**)
This source is not available yet, their server is down.
And I plan to ask them upload data to my server
They have C++ program running on Linux to read those data. But I need to figure it out first.
3. Epileptic data (***)
These data are already ok to download. Scroll down and you will find it.
I need to figure out how to read it, thus, the data format.