SigViewer: Visualizing Multimodal Signals Stored in XDF (Extensible Data Format) Files

08/12/2017
by   Yida Lin, et al.
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Multimodal biosignal acquisition is facilitated by recently introduced software solutions such as LabStreaming Layer (LSL) and its associated data format XDF (Extensible Data Format). However, there are no stand-alone applications that can visualize multimodal time series stored in XDF files. We extended SigViewer, an open source cross-platform Qt C++ application with the capability of loading, resampling, annotating, and visualizing signals stored in XDF files and successfully applied the tool for post-hoc visual verification of the accuracy of a system that aims to predict the phase of alpha oscillations within the electroencephalogram in real-time.

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