Last year we celebrated the 25th anniversary of Brain Products and also of our Analyzer software. After a quarter of a century of providing reliable and user-friendly data analysis to EEG researchers worldwide, we are happy to announce the release of the latest version of BrainVision Analyzer 2. Get your free update to Analyzer 2.3.0 today!
In this article we will dip into common analysis goals for hyperscanning and why they are relevant for research fields such as social neuroscience. We will focus on dealing with multi-participant datasets and inter-brain connectivity in BrainVision Analyzer 2 helping you to complete your hyperscanning analysis.
Get to know BrainVision Analyzer 2.2.2 – Take the next step in EEG-fMRI analysis with Carbon Wire Loop Regression
We are happy to inform you that the new BrainVision Analyzer 2.2.2 has been released. We are also excited about adding a completely new transformation, the CWL Regression for EEG-fMRI data correction. Let me take you on a tour of the new features and enhancements so that you can download Analyzer 2.2.2 from our website today and get started.
Are you looking for extensions for BrainVision Analyzer 2? They are called Solutions! Scientists from various fields of research use them to tweak Analyzer to their needs. Analysis of non-EEG sensor data, sleep data, single trials and time-frequency domain exports are only some examples where users can benefit from our solutions.
Here are some more short news as well as an overview of the latest updates and downloads for our products and solutions.
A new major update of our flagship analysis software, BrainVision Analyzer 2, is about to be released. In this article we intend to familiarize you with the most salient features coming with Analyzer 2.2.0, hoping they have a positive impact on your research work.
Why markers? Investigating electrophysiological effects that evolve over hundreds of milliseconds requires precisely timed triggers that can be used for trial alignment or averaging. This article will give you an overview of how to manage, edit and process your markers most efficiently in Analyzer 2.
BrainVision Analyzer 2 offers some nice export options that will suit (almost) every need for external processing. This article will summarize the most important routes out of Analyzer 2 and give some examples of how to use them within your own analysis.
Tricks and tips are always much appreciated by our users, so we decided to compile a few suggestions which will facilitate your data analysis with BrainVision Analyzer 2.