Information Publications(Tool/Data)

BrainLiner v1.06

We are happy to announce that we released v.1.06 of, our lab’s web portal for sharing neurophysiological data, with an emphasis on facilitating brain-machine interface (BMI) research. This release was in development for several months and includes the following key updates:

  • “Experiments” are now called “Projects”
  • References related to your experiment, such as published journal articles, can now be added
  • An area to enter contact information that will be made public has been added
  • Channels inside Neuroshare data files can now be edited to include meta-information, such as whether they are data channels or stimulus labels
  • For data files that have less than 200 channels, we compute correlation matrices and principle-component variance graphs and display these on a new “View Statistics” page, associated with each relevant data file
  • By default up to 20 channels are displayed in the Flash-based data previewer

Please give us your feedback and new ideas!