Errors with Neuromag 306 raw data

Robert Oostenveld r.oostenveld at FCDONDERS.RU.NL
Fri Feb 3 12:44:40 CET 2006

Hi Lauri

On 3-feb-2006, at 11:45, Lauri Parkkonen wrote:
> Yes, the "raw data" fif files are continuous over trials, i.e.,
> there is no "epoch mode", however, one fif file can hold several
> data segments. For example, two different experimental conditions
> can be recorded in the same file as separate segments; the boundary
> between the segments is of course a discontinuity. The MEX function
> "rawdata" returns the string 'skip' as status when a segment
> boundary is encountered in a fif file. I have added some more
> checking to read_fcdc_data so that these boundaries are not
> silently ignored.
> Robert: I could incorporate my changes to your most recent version
> since my read_fcdc_data is very old.

Thanks, I would appreciate that very much. Please fetch the latest
version of the read_fcdc_data function from
pub/fieldtrip. If you change that one, it is easy for me to update
the official version.


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