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Neurotraces as a small animal. Photo Credit: US Fish and Wildlife Service (modified)

 

This site is

dedicated to

Clinical

Neurophysiology

 

Neurotraces

These pages are directed to clinical neurophysiologists and persons interested in Clinical Neurophysiology. The contents are not designed to be used by patients.

Among other contents this site includes...


About EDF+
(an open format designed to encode discontinuous data in Clinical Neurophysiology):

  • A tutorial on the use of EDF+ 
  • A tutorial on the creation of an EDF+ file from scratch by using Java
  • Some examples:  EDF+ files
  • A database comprising 250 EDF+ files (Nerve Conduction Studies of Median, Ulnar and Radial nerve) and a database of EMG signals
  • Some programs to convert EDF files from/to ASCII files, edit the header and edit annotations (at  EDF+ section)

About Scilab (a powerful open source package analogous to Matlab®):
  • A tutorial on the application of Scilab (a powerful open source package analogous to Matlab®), to Clinical Neurophysiology.
  • A small program ( loadedf.sce ) to read EDF files with Scilab (under GPL license)

About Physionet (a web resource containing large collections of physiologic signals and related open-source software):
  • Some notes about how to access the contents of Physionet by using Scilab
  • A  seminar on biological signal recording for pre graduate students of Medicine
  • tutorial about how to import and handle neurophysiological recordings created by commercial devices with open source tools (specially PhysioNet tools)
And...

Acknowledgements 

 

November, 2004

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