Updating eegUtils

As mentioned in my last post, I’ve been working on a package for EEG analysis in R called eegUtils. I’d mostly been focusing on relatively simple visualization tools: topographical plots - ERP Visualization: Creating topographical scalp maps: part 1. But one thing was really bugging me - how the data gets into R in the first place. Sure, it’s nice pre-processing data in other packages - EEGLAB or MNE-Python - and then transferring the processed data across to R.

eegUtils: an R package for EEG

A few months ago I wrote a post about how there isn’t really a killer EEG analysis package for R, and that many of the things you typically want to do are not really implemented yet. So I’ve started to implement several functions myself and incorporate them into my own package, currently called eegUtils. I’ll maybe come up with a catchier name at some point before I get to the stage of trying to get it on CRAN.