libbiosig-dev – I/O library for biomedical data - development files

BioSig is a library for accessing files in several biomedical data formats (including EDF, BDF, GDF, BrainVision, BCI2000, CFWB, HL7aECG, SCP_ECG (EN1064), MFER, ACQ, CNT(Neuroscan), DEMG, EGI, EEG1100, FAMOS, SigmaPLpro, TMS32). The complete list of supported file formats is available at http://pub.ist.ac.at/~schloegl/biosig/TESTED .

This package provides header files and static library.

Reference:
Alois Schlögl, Clemens Brunner (2008). BioSig: A Free and Open Source Software Library for BCI Research. Computer, 41, 44-50. [Abstract] [DOI]
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