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Example 3: Decoding Visual Attention with real time FMRI under construction this is a rough sketch We will now describe how to build a real time fMRI (functional ...
Topics and keys for block files current PDF In your block files, two topics are always required: DataSources with key datasource , and Files with keys ExperimentDefinitionFile ...
f BrainStream Editor current PDF BrainStream's internal editor can be used to create and test BrainStream projects. The editor shows the experiment definition tables ...
Building Experiments current PDF An experiment in BrainStream consists of experiment definition tables, block files and common block files. The experiment may also ...
Connecting Data Sources Data sources can be hardware devices, data files stored on disk or simulated data. BrainStream can connect to any of these data sources via ...
Fields of the Event Structure current PDF Every incoming marker instatiates a new event. The event structure contains a number of fixed fields: event.name ...
Example 1: Sentences current PDF Experiment description This is an example of a very simple 'experiment' in which letters will appear on the screen one by one to ...
Example 2: Visual speller Introduction In this example, we will show how to create a visual speller in BrainStream. The visual speller The visual speller was first ...
Example 2: Visual Speller Part 1 Go back to the introduction Continue with Part 2 This example can be found in the folder brainstream mds/examples/blocks ...
Example 2: Visual speller Part 2 Go back to Part 1 Continue with Part 3 In the previous part of the visual speller example, we saw that stimulus sequences ...
Example 2: Visual speller Part 3 Go back to Part 2 Continue with Part 4 In the previous parts of this visual speller example, all actions were executed by ...
Example 2: Visual speller Part 4 Go back to Part 3 Continue with Part 5 In previous parts of the experiment, stimulus presentation timing was not accurate ...
Example 2: Visual Speller Part 5 Go back to Part 4 Continue with Part 6 In the final part of this visual speller example, we will show how to use a looptick ...
Example 2: Visual Speller Part 6 Go back to Part 5 In this part of the visual speller example, we will use the Stimbox toolbox for stimulus presentation. Stimbox ...
Examples of Data Selection In the DataSelection table, epochs of data selection can be defined by specifying a begintime and endtime relative to a marker. The data ...
Glossary current PDF A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #SecA A Acquisition The process of collecting ...
Important concepts: Markers, Events and Global Variables current PDF Introduction BrainStream essentially is an event handler, which events are different in the sense ...
Installation Guide Start up checklist Ensure availability of a Matlab license BrainStream requires Matlab version 2008a or higher. The availability of this license ...
Introduction current PDF BrainStream is a Matlab based software package for realtime processing of continuous data streams. BrainStream is being developed at the Centre ...
Log file current PDF BrainStream creates a log file for each block of your experiment. The log file gives an overview of everything that happened during your experiment ...
Looptick functions In parallel mode, it is possible to use looptick functions. Looptick functions will be put in a while loop running at a client. The advantage of ...
Inserting Markers current PDF Introduction Markers fulfil two roles, synchronising stimuli and triggering events. The synchronisation role is required to match moments ...
Marker Sequences current PDF It is possible to temporarily treat markers as data. This is useful when the markers in the sequence have a certain meaning. For example ...
Parallel Mode current PDF BrainStream supports designs with multiple Matlab sessions running in parallel, where each Matlab session is responsible for executing different ...
Paths and Folders current PDF All files (e.g. functions or figures) and folders that are used in your experiment must be on the Matlab search path. #AddFolders Adding ...
Importing tables current PDF Introduction When building new experiments it is often possible to make use of parts that have been developed previously and are shared ...
Function Index current PDF 1. General purpose functions #GetBlockVal bs get blockvalue Function to retrieve information from blocksettings file. Use as 1. value ...
Reference current PDF A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #SecA A Actions Execution order of ...
Reserved marker and variable names current PDF #ResMarkers Reserved marker names The following markers have special meaning and will be inserted by BrainStream in ...
Running Experiments current PDF When you have created all the necessary files for your experiment, you can run your experiment via BrainStream's Grapical User Interface ...
PhilipVanDenBroek 03 Feb 2014 Dedicated get and put actions There are cases in your experiment design where it would be handy to update information to the global ...
Table Handling current PDF Every incoming marker instantiates a new event. During an event, one or more actions can be executed at one or more different timepoints ...
Troubleshooting and FAQ current PDF 6.1. Options for debugging There are different ways to debug your BCI application: 1) Use a recorded file The experiment is ...
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Topic revision: r90 - 05 Oct 2018 - 06:58:33 - PhilipVanDenBroek
 
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