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Shell Script for Zooming In to the EEG Data

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To make things a bit easier, I wrote the following shell script.

Copy and paste it to a plain text file, save that as plot-zoom.sh.

Put it in the folder that has your LOGGERnn.CSV files.

Now open up a command line prompt (Terminal, on a Mac), use cd to navigate to the directory that has the LOGGERnn.CSV files and plot-zoom.sh, and run the script with:

./plot-zoom.sh LOGGER00.CSV

(if you want to use e.g LOGGER01.CSV, then replace the file name with that.)

Here’s the script:
(if you want to see it with pretty formatting, check out the copy on Pastebin.

#! /bin/sh
echo "\n************ \n"
echo "Plots EEG data for a zoomed-in file region\n"
echo "This script expects to be run from within a folder\n containing the LOGGERNN.CSV file from the Arduino."
echo "It expects the pathname of the LOGGERNN.CSV\n file as a command line argument, e.g:"
echo "\t plot.sh LOGGER09.CSV \n"
echo "************ \n"


echo "Using data from" $FILE

# ask for the offset
echo "\n"
head -n 2 "$FILE"
read -p "What's the offset? (millis value above) " OFFSET
# for testing:
echo "\n"

read -p "How many minutes into the file does the selection start? (msec comes next) " START_MINUTES

read -p "How many milliseconds on top of that? " START_MSEC

read -p "How many minutes does the selection last? " LENGTH_MINUTES

read -p "How many milliseconds on top of that? " LENGTH_MSEC

# calculate starting offset

# for testing


echo "Using start offset" $START_OFFSET "msec"

# calculate ending offset

echo "Using end offset" $END_OFFSET "msec"


# testing


echo "Writing output to" $OUTFILE

gnuplot -e "file=file='$FILE'; set datafile separator \",\"; set key autotitle columnhead; set yrange [0:1000000]; set y2range [0:100]; set parametric; set label 1 \"File $FILE starting at $START_MINUTES min $START_MSEC msec for duration $LENGTH_MINUTES min $LENGTH_MSEC msec\" at graph 0.5,1.02 center;set xrange [$START_OFFSET:$END_OFFSET]; set terminal pdfcairo color size $XSIZE,$YSIZE; set output '$OUTFILE'; plot for [i=6:13] file using 1:i with lines smooth bezier, file using 1:3 with lines axis x1y2 smooth csplines"

Written by 333dan

June 9, 2012 at 9:53 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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