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  • One second of EEG signal


  • Description: An EEG (en:electroencephalograph) 1 second sample. The signal was acquired in the Oz position processed with scipy and exported with matplolib. The momntage was with common derivation related to linked ears. The sampling rate was 256 Hz. Created by Hugo Gamboa Dez 2005

The other images are filtered from the present signal.


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