[Mne_analysis] Reading annot.fif file

Eric Larson larson.eric.d at gmail.com
Thu Sep 26 20:49:56 EDT 2019
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Can you upload the `-annot.fif` and `-eve.fif` files that MNE-C produces,
and if possible also the `_raw.fif` file that was used to interactively
create them?

Feel free to open an MNE-Python issue about this (with a DropBox or other
link to the files) as I suspect that we might need to iterate a bit to get
this working.


On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 2:42 PM Stout, Jeff (NIH/NIMH) [C] <
jeff.stout at nih.gov> wrote:

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> MNE group,
> I am trying to extract annotations from a file reviewed and manually
> tagged using the MNE-C mne_browse_raw command.  This operation creates a
> -annot.fif and a -eve.fif file.  After I close the dataset and open it
> again using mne_browse_raw, I am able to see the events that I have
> defined.
> Is it possible to import these events/annotations into MNE-python.  When I
> load the data using mne.io.read_raw_fif, the raw.annotations is empty.  I
> have tried mne.annotations.read_annotations('data-annot.fif') but it says
> that no annotation data is present.  I have also used the mne_process_raw
> to try to convert the annotations for import  (with the --event -eve.fif),
> but it still says that no events are found.  Is there a commandline method
> to import the annotations defined in MNE-C?
> Thank you,
> Jeff Stout
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