I am new to both MATLAB and biosig, and indeed, EMBLA data files, so
forgive me if there are several cases in which I should RTFM.
I have an experiment which includes some nasal pressure data that was
generated using an Embletta PDS which I would like to incorporate into a
larger time series set.
The files have been supplied to me in *.ebm format, and I've not been able
to open those files on my linux box using the standard process of random
Here is an example file, out of which I want to get the nasal pressure
channel data from (this is non-confidential, I was just testing myself with
I was hoping to get an understanding of how biosig is parsing the EMBLA
files, but it looks like the data file utilities are wrapped in a binary;
$ file mexSSAVE.mexw64
mexSSAVE.mexw64: PE32+ executable (DLL) (console) x86-64 (stripped to
external PDB), for MS Windows
so I am wondering how to get at that functionality under linux?
On 9 July 2013 11:58, Tom Hodder <tom@...> wrote:
> so I am wondering how to get at that functionality under linux?
If I try and load that file (
I get this;
octave:21> [signal,HDR] =
error: caught execution error in library function
error: called from:
error: /home/tomhodder/Downloads/biosig/t200_FileAccess/sload.m at line
295, column 1
294: FlagLoaded = 0;
295: if exist('mexSLOAD','file')==3,
297: valid_rerefmx = 1;
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