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.
Would you like to statically explore all time-points, all electrodes for all experimental conditions in less than one hour? BESA Statistics is an easy to use stand-alone application to calculate non-parametric permutation statistics for EEG, MEG and source imaging data. The newest version 2.0 released in July 2015 is directly compatible with the BrainVision native format which allows you to do all your data processing in BrainVision Analyzer 2 and then switch to BESA Statistics for statistical evaluation of your neurophysiological data.
Brain Products is a reliable partner when it comes to assuring timing accuracy between physical stimuli, markers and the EEG data stream. In the past months we were contacted by several BrainVision Analyzer 2 users that record with third party soft and hardware and asked how to correct offsets when it comes to marker timing.
Tricks and tips are always much appreciated by our users, so we decided to compile a few more suggestions which will facilitate your data analysis with BrainVision Analyzer 2.
This article presents the improved version of the LORETA transform in the new version of Analyzer 2.1.0 (to be released in the course of October 2014). The main features of the new LORETA dialog are explained and the virtues of LORETA analysis of EEG data are discussed.
For most researchers, Independent Component Analysis (ICA) might be equivalent with a black box, magically cleaning your EEG data. In this article, we uncover the theoretical background and requirements of ICA and present its implementation in BrainVision Analyzer. We will provide core insights into the method, allowing you to confidently integrate ICA into your data processing pipelines.
The EyeLink 1000 Plus Eye Tracker of SR Research joins the ASL, SMI and Tobii devices: from now on it too is supported by the Add Channels transformation of BrainVision Analyzer 2. How can an eye tracker help your EEG research?
Among the most appreciated features of BrainVision Analyzer 2 are the visualization options. Several nice graphical views are just a “mouse-click” away. The users can quickly explore the EEG data in a convenient and user friendly way. All views can be customized by changing settings either locally or globally. These customized plots can be further optimized by taking advantage of functionalities such as the placeholders.