arno at SALK.EDU
Sat Feb 24 12:12:28 CET 2007
Yes, ica_linux is included by you have to setup the correct path in the
This is described on the web page when you download binica usually.
Hope this helps,
Robert Oostenveld wrote:
> Hi Sameer
> On 22 Feb 2007, at 16:38, Sameer Walawalkar wrote:
>> Do I have to install fmrlab to be able to use binica? (Look below).
>> this is all in interest of trying to do ICA as quick as possible.
>> Runica or varimax seem to take 3 hrs (without pca reduction).
>> starting decomposition using binica
>> binica: using source file
>> binica(): ica binary '/data/common/matlab/fmrlab/ica_linux' is not in
>> your Matlab path, check
> it seems to me that in the EEGLAB binica.m wrapper-function the path
> to the actual binica linux binary is incorrectly hardcoded. I expect
> the ica_linux binary to be included in the EEGLAB release version, if
> not then I suggest that you contact the EEGLAB developpers.
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