Basic EEG processing and transformation
Basic EEG processing and transformation allows you to re-reference and do high-pass filtering of your selected EEG data recordings. It also allows you to specify the frequency bands that you want to calculate.

Slew limit

You can set a slew rate limit to control the EEG signals between successive samples, up to a maximum value. Large voltage step changes from one sample to the next sometimes occur due to electrostatic discharge from the subject (participant), headset movements, or other artifacts. The effect of voltage step changes on filtered signals, and fast Fourier transform (FFT) epochs can artificially persist for a long time after the event. Setting a maximum slew rate limits the extent of step changes and reduces its impact without significantly affecting the EEG signal components.
The default slew rate in Analyzer is 30 microvolts. However, you can enter any positive value here.


The data processed by Analyzer can be referenced to an aggregate of all the data selected. The available aggregate functions are:
  • Mean
  • Median
  • Interquartile mean
  • None (deactivates re-referencing)

Filter Coefficients

Default values are set for you. However, you can change these values if you want to.
If you do not know what you are doing, please use the default values. The default values are shown below.


In order to calculate the power in each frequency band (see below), the data is divided into ‘Epochs’. A Fourier transform is applied to each Epoch to calculate the power at each frequency. You can change the length of the Epoch window (in samples where the number of samples must be a power of 2) and the sliding window step size (the number of samples the data window is moved to form each successive Epoch).

Band frequencies

You can add as many frequency bands to your Analyzer as you want. You can also remove frequency bands that you do not need.
The limits of the frequency bands must be between 0 (lowest) and 64 (highest) Hz.
Once you have set the values for Basic EEG processing and band power transformation, click on the Start button. Analyzer will then process your selected data recordings.


While your data is processing, the results page will open. The results page provides information about the jobs processed in Analyzer: including Job Name, Date Created, Status, and Actions.
Once Analyzer has finished processing your data, its status will change from Processing to Complete.
If the status doesn’t say ‘Complete’ within a few seconds, click on the Refresh button at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
You can download the completed data as a ZIP file and save it locally. To do this, click on the Results button.