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This section covers all aspects of MEG data analysis. The following pages assume that you have [[afni.nimh.nih.gov|AFNI]] installed and have a reasonably good idea of how to use it.
This section covers all aspects of MEG data analysis. The following pages assume that you have [[afni.nimh.nih.gov|AFNI]] installed and have a reasonably good idea of how to use it.


* [[CTF Tools|The CTF Tools in a Singularity container]]
* [[CTF Tools|The CTF Tools in a Singularity Container]]


* [[Accessing CTF Datasets from Python]]
* [[Accessing CTF Datasets from Python]]

Revision as of 14:56, 23 September 2020

MEG Data Analysis

This section covers all aspects of MEG data analysis. The following pages assume that you have AFNI installed and have a reasonably good idea of how to use it.

Stimulus Presentation Software

PsychoPy: Psychology software in Python PsychoPy is an open-source application that allows you to run a wide range of neuroscience, psychology and psychophysics experiments. It’s a free, powerful alternative to Presentation™ or to e-Prime™, written in Python (a free alternative to Matlab™ ).

Presentation: NeuroBehavioral Systems (NBS), Inc. Presentation® is a stimulus delivery and experiment control program for neuroscience written for Microsoft Windows.

E-prime 3: Psychology Software Tools E-Prime® 3.0 software for behavioral research. Build your own experiments using E-Prime’s easy-to-use graphical interface. Design, collect, and analyze data – all within a few hours!

Miscellaneous Documentation

  • Adobe-ps.png SensLayout-275 — a color picture showing the sensor names and relative locations (ps).
  • Pdf.png SensLayout-275 - a color picture showing the sensor names and relative locations (pdf).
  • Pdf.png File Formats - CTF MEG data file format