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.
Because compiling EDFbrowser is very easy, this is the recommended way. See the how-to further on this page.
Click here (GitLab) for the latest revision/patch/pre-release (sourcecode only)
The following bugfixes / additions will be available in the next version:
None at this moment.
If you don't want to wait till the next version, follow the instructions below in order
to use the latest bugfixes & additions.
- Install Git, the GCC compiler, make and the Qt4 development package:
Linux Mint 18: sudo apt-get install git-core g++ make libqt4-dev libqt4-core
Ubuntu 17.10: sudo apt-get install git-core g++ make libqt4-dev
Ubuntu 18.04: sudo apt-get install g++ make git-core qtbase5-dev-tools qtbase5-dev qt5-default
openSuse Leap 42.3: sudo zypper in git-core libqt4-devel
Fedora 25: sudo dnf install git-core qt-devel gcc-c++
- Download the source code:
git pull https://gitlab.com/Teuniz/EDFbrowser
- Create the makefile:
Linux Mint 18: qmake
(K)ubuntu 17.04: qmake
openSuse Leap 42.2: qmake
Fedora 25: qmake-qt4
- Compile the source code and install it:
sudo make install
Now you can run the program by typing: edfbrowser
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Note that these converters are also in EDFbrowser.
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