>>> import mne
>>> from mne_bids import BIDSPath, write_raw_bids
>>> raw ='my_old_file.fif')
>>> bids_path = BIDSPath(subject='01', session='01', run='05',
                         datatype='meg', root='./bids_dataset')
>>> write_raw_bids(raw, bids_path=bids_path)

Command Line Interface

Simply type mne_bids in your command line and press enter to see a list of accepted commands. Then type mne_bids <command> --help, where <command> is one of the accepted commands, to get more information about it.


$ mne_bids raw_to_bids --subject_id sub01 --task rest --raw data.edf --bids_root new_path

Mastering BIDSPath

To be able to effectively use MNE-BIDS, you need to understand how to work with the BIDSPath object. Follow our basic example on how to read a BIDS dataset, and have a look at this introduction to learn everything you need!


The following examples demonstrate some common use-cases of MNE-BIDS. Each example has a badge called “Binder” at the end. By clicking on that badge, you can interactively run the examples in your browser.

The examples are loosely ordered from basic to more advanced use cases.

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