A free, opensource, multiplatform, universal viewer and toolbox intended for, but not limited to, timeseries storage files
like EEG, EMG, ECG, BioImpedance, etc.
This is free software, it is experimental and available under the GPL License version 3.
No charge, no warranty, no taxes, no maintenance fees, no advertising, no adware, no spyware, no telemetry or data collection,
no automatic updates, no sales calls, no spam...
Even though this program is free, it is not cheap. A great deal of effort went into making this program useful,
so if you find a problem, please use the email address given in the program's about menu to report it.
Despite this software is intend to be usefull, there is no warranty, use this software at your own risk!
EDFbrowser may NOT be used in safety-critical applications, such as life-support medical systems.
The author is NOT responsible for any consequences. For research and educational purpose only.
Arch Linux users can install from the user repository: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/edfbrowser/
Ubuntu Linux users can install from the user repository: https://packages.ubuntu.com/groovy/edfbrowser
Unfortunately, the versions offered from Ubuntu (and Debian) are rather old and I don't recommend them.
Compile from source instead as described below, it's very easy.
brew cask install edfbrowser
Click here (GitLab) for the latest revision/patch/pre-release
If there's a 32-bit version present on your system, remove it first before installing the 64-bit version.
The following bugfixes / additions will be available in the next version (you can pull them from Gitlab):
- Signals dialog: make it possible to compose derivations with signal factors that are not an integer.
E.g.: It's now possible to create a signalcomposition of (1 x F4) - (0.5 x A1) - (0.5 x A2).
- Several different import tools: Filedialog: give an option to show "All files (*)" instead of only the default extensions.
- Organize Signals dialog: Make it possible to edit the signal/trace properties and show the alias.
Simply execute the following commands in a terminal:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install g++ make git qtbase5-dev-tools qtbase5-dev qt5-default git clone https://gitlab.com/Teuniz/EDFbrowser.git cd EDFbrowser qmake make -j4 sudo make install edfbrowser
Some commandline format converters (without graphical user interface) for scripts or batchfiles.
Note that these converters are also in EDFbrowser.
A very convenient open-source programming library for C/C++ and Java programmers who want to implement EDF(+) and/or BDF(+).
EDF for Labview, a collection of VI's to write files in the European Data Format.