[Mne_analysis] help

Christopher Bailey cjb at cfin.au.dk
Wed Oct 25 03:02:32 EDT 2017
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Dear Shirsho

You're in luck! Just this week the mne developers released a new version of the module, including a new website with much-expanded documentation and examples:


Download a suitable demo dataset (http://martinos.org/mne/stable/manual/datasets_index.html) & go check them out. The associated examples should help you get going.

Good luck,


> On 24 Oct 2017, at 16.14, Shirsankar Basu <basushirsankar at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Expert(s),
>          I belong to the computer science background, and have experience in working with programming languages such as C, Matlab, and Python. But, I don't have much proficiency in understanding the technical aspects of EEG data analysis. I want to begin with coding Python scripts using MNE package to implement several (EEG)data analysis algorithms, especially noise cancellation and time frequency analysis algorithms; but not sure how I would give it a possible start. Could you please throw a light on how to start, and where to start coding, especially in this regard?
> Shirsho.
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