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Matlab to EDF Conversion

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Matlab to EDF Conversion



This is a simple GUI to allow easy conversion of MAT files to EDF. It is based on BioSig Toolbox.

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This is a simple GUI to convert MAT signal file to EDF file. Since I created this program to convert EEG data, therefore when using with your MAT files, please make sure that signal is stored in variable named EEG of dimension: mxn, where m is the data length and n is number of channels and specify the sampling rate. Hit create to do the conversion.

Note: This is an ongoing work and the current version relies on the BioSig toolbox. Make sure you have it installed in your MATLAB.



This file inspired Block Edf Load.

Required Products MATLAB
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.14 (R2012a)
Other requirements BioSig Toolbox
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03 Sep 2015 Pavlov

Pavlov (view profile)

Where can I get the swrite function?

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02 Mar 2015 Igor Arroyo

I meant the function "fwrite",
Thank you in advance

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02 Mar 2015 Igor Arroyo

Hi, thanks for the file but I couldn't use it because of the function write, I can't find it anywhere.
I would be really grateful if you could help me.

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26 Aug 2013 Naoji

Naoji (view profile)

I have tried to run your MATLAB to EDF Conversion tool using Matlab 2010b and 2013 versions. However, i have encountered some troubles in the conversion. I kept receiving the following message after each conversion trial:

Neither PhysDim nor PhysDimCode defined in file C:\Users\Lemya\Desktop\EEG Experiment May 2013 csv format\Session 1\1. Wei S1\EEG1.edf
Warning SOPEN: HDR.PhysDimCode of the following channel(s) is(are) not defined:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

I would really appreciate your help

Thank you in advance

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