- mne.io.read_raw_gdf(input_fname, eog=None, misc=None, stim_channel='auto', exclude=(), include=None, preload=False, verbose=None)#
Reader function for GDF files.
Path to the GDF file.
Names of channels or list of indices that should be designated EOG channels. Values should correspond to the electrodes in the file. Default is None.
Names of channels or list of indices that should be designated MISC channels. Values should correspond to the electrodes in the file. Default is None.
- stim_channel‘auto’ |
Defaults to ‘auto’, which means that channels named ‘status’ or ‘trigger’ (case insensitive) are set to STIM. If str (or list of str), all channels matching the name(s) are set to STIM. If int (or list of ints), channels corresponding to the indices are set to STIM.
Channel names to exclude. This can help when reading data with different sampling rates to avoid unnecessary resampling. A str is interpreted as a regular expression.
Channel names to be included. A str is interpreted as a regular expression. ‘exclude’ must be empty if include is assigned.
Preload data into memory for data manipulation and faster indexing. If True, the data will be preloaded into memory (fast, requires large amount of memory). If preload is a string, preload is the file name of a memory-mapped file which is used to store the data on the hard drive (slower, requires less memory).
- rawinstance of RawGDF
The raw instance.
If channels named ‘status’ or ‘trigger’ are present, they are considered as STIM channels by default. Use func:
mne.find_eventsto parse events encoded in such analog stim channels.