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To build, type
./configure make make install
To start, first turn on your ModEEG. Then, start
which can be run from command-line or from your menu option: Start Menu | Programs | NeuroServer | NSD
NSD is the NeuroServer Daemon that must be running to enable network access. The next step is to start the hardware driver:
If your ModEEG is not connected to COM1:, then use the -d syntax:
modeegdriver -d COM2
This is also available in Start Menu | Programs | NeuroServer | MODEEGDRIVER in another window.
Now that you have both of these running, clients are ready to be connected. At this point, you are ready to try BioPro, BrainBay, or EEGMIR by connecting to the server running on your localhost at port 8336 by default. This system also allows you to save EEG data to a file using the writeedf.exe command. You must run writeedf from a command-line, and must provide a filename such as
Similarly, to play back your data, use the
command instead of starting your modeegdriver. In this way, you can review the same data under several different applications and parameters. To get a summary of parameters, enter either of these commands with no parameters.