EEG+tACS signals for artefact removal
Description of this data
Data used in the article: http://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/19/1/190. Please cite this if you make use of this data.
EEG data recorded from a phantom head model during the applications of tACS. These can be used to test the performance of artefact removal algorithms, knowing what the 'true' EEG signal is. The true signal is given in the *Sham*.mat files. The other files record the EEG for different stimulation settings. Recordings where the inputted EEG was an alpha test, and an N170 ERP are present. (ERP records not used in the paper above.)
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Cite this dataset
Casson, Alex (2020), “EEG+tACS signals for artefact removal”, Mendeley Data, v2 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/tczn9t59rs.2
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