[pymvpa] Preprocessing/Analyzing physiological data with python/pyMVPA

Christopher J Markiewicz effigies at bu.edu
Fri May 29 20:32:27 UTC 2015

On 05/29/2015 04:09 PM, jdemanet wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am looking for a elegant way to preprocess physiological data in python/pyMVPA. Does anyone know a good way to preprocess and analyse, heart rate, pupil size, skin conductance in python, possibly with pyMVPA?
> I really want to avoid using MATLAB for that.

What are you looking to do with them? And what formats are they coming
in? NumPy (http://www.numpy.org/) will get you pretty far with loading
and saving text files and doing linear algebra. With a little more work
you can handle binary files.

Just as a warning: if you're used to MATLAB, numpy can be a bit
surprising at times, particularly with regard to matrix operations.

Without knowing more, I can't help further.

Christopher J Markiewicz
Ph.D. Candidate, Quantitative Neuroscience Laboratory
Boston University

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