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May 2017

The latest release is now available.

  • The H² plugin will check that the parameters can be applied to the data length and will inform the user in case of a problem.

Nan values are also checked before computing to avoid crash.

  • Editing markers: It is now possible to edit the duration of a marker and set it to "end".

Marker end.png That will tell AnyWave to select until the end of data.

  • The Correlation plugin has an option to save the results to a Matlab file.

April 2017

The latest release is now available for ALL the platforms.

  • The H2 plugin now proposes to down sample the signals to speed up the calculation.

March 2017

Minor revisions:

  • The Windows version is now using Qt 5.8 and was built using VC++ 2015.

  • Many bugs fixed.
  • The gain level for a channel type can now be modified manually by entering a value.
  • The gain levels can be set by channel types.
  • Windows and Mac: a new plugin to read Elekta .fif files.
  • The EDF+ plugin has been modified to be less strict and accept files from converters.

February 2017

  • Totally new Graphics User Interfaces for the H2 plugin (If computed on several sections of data, each section will got a H2 graph).
  • The channels selections will be saved when closing the file or quitting the application.
  • More ergonomic markers user interface (Some columns are hidden to gain room for the signals, possibility to select all the markers with the same label or to remove them).
  • New gain levels widgets which allows to change all the gain levels for a specific type of channels.

January 2017

  • ICA : 3D maps available (when a layout is found for the data.)
  • Append files : A new plugin is available allowing to append two or more files into one.
  • Mark around : A new plugin is available allowing to mark the data around a specified marker. (See the Plugins section)
  • Within a view, right click and choose Go to channel to center the view on a specified channel.
  • Process scripting: A new function has been added to the script object FileInput allowing to specified a data root directory. (See Scripting section)