How to convert the muse files into csv or mat formats using Win7 or CentOS 7


#1

Dear all,

After many tries followed by https://bitbucket.org/interaxon/museplayer on Window 7 and CentOS Linux, I still can not figure out how to convert the muse files into csv or mat formats.

Could you please give me a hand on more detailed steps?

Thank a million…
Deng


#2

Highlight the folder that museplayer.exe is found in. Then hold shift and right-click the folder. You should see “open command window here” as one of the options; select it.

Now you should be able to run: museplayer -f /path/to/file.muse -C /path/to/new.csv

If you’re having trouble getting the file paths correct, you can instead place the muse file in the same folder as museplayer.exe. That would let you run: museplayer -f file.muse -C new.csv

Of course, replace file.muse with the name of your muse file.

EDIT:
Also, if you’re trying to build the project from that bitbucket repository, you can instead install MusePlayer via the Research Tools installer on this page.


#3

Thank you Poeticode for your prompt reply! It is very useful.

Now I can convert the data, but still, don’t know why I need to build the project from bitbucket. I failed many times when I follow the steps from https://bitbucket.org/interaxon/museplayer. The main error is that I can not build the executable file muse-play.exe.


#4

You don’t need the source code unless you want to modify it.

You can download it from here: http://developer.choosemuse.com/tools/


#5

Thank you Enigma644! Maybe sometime when I family with the ‘muse’ I would like to modify it, as I love brain-computer interface. It’s a amazing way in the near future.