I’m doing a college project at the moment based on a trivial pursuit game where I monitor a persons EEG data using the muse monitor to record a game of trivial pursuit.
I combine the questions asked and the players memorability of these questions corresponding to the EEG data.
My dataset has the Alpha_TP810,TP9 etc for all brain waves as well as the RAW_TP9 etc values corresponding to it.
Can anybody please clarity on what exactly those values are?
I would like to calculate the absolute band powers as well as the relative band powers but I get confused by the language in the http://developer.choosemuse.com/tools/available-data .
Are the Alpha_AF7 for example, an absolute band power for Alpha TP9. So if I wanted to get an absolute Alpha band power, could I sum Alpha_TP9, Alpha_TP10, Alpha_AF8 and Alpha_AF7? I’ve been summing those values and then getting the average and using that as the Alpha_Absolute value.
For relative band powers, I’ve used the (10^Alpha_Absolute (from above) / (10^Alpha_Absolute + 10^Beta_absolute etc).
Is this correct or what is the correct formula for doing so?
I want to get the Alpha_Absolute and relative band powers for each brain wave as you would with the SDK.
I’m trying to determine concentration levels based on the frequencies of the individual brain waves for my project, could you recommend a suitable calculation for this?