A set of python environments for running MUSE LSL experiments, record data, visualize, and send markers, using Alex B. muse-lsl
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README.md

Muse_LSL_Environments

This is a set of script to interface with Alex B's Muse-LSL code https://github.com/alexandrebarachant/muse-lsl Anaconda will create two environments, one to record and view data (lsl) and one to run psychopy experiments (psychopy) Then the scripts below can be used to run the experiments, or see the instrcutions in the baseline folder to run a baseline task

To setup a new mac:

hot corner screen saver energy saver name dock

Install anaconda

Anaconda3-5.0.1-MacOSX-x86_64 - https://repo.continuum.io/archive/Anaconda2-5.0.1-MacOSX-x86_64.pkg

The easiest way to do that is to use Anaconda. Just follow the instruction there and install Anaconda with Python 3.6, which is the one from the link.

Once Anaconda is installed, you should have conda command available in your terminal, try which conda to make sure everything is installed properly.

Then download the files attached. They list all the packages used to run experiments, and conda should be able to install them automatically. For that, use conda env create -f /path/to/environment_lsl.yml and conda env create -f /path/to/environment_psychopy.yml, and make sure /path/to/... leads to actual files in the directory where you have placed them.

This creates two virtual environments, one with Python 3.6 and one with 2.7, respectively, both ready to go with the experiment. To run LSL streaming, first run source activate muse-lsl-env to activate Python 3.6 environment. Use also this environment for plotting, as on the tutorial. For the paradigm, in a separate terminal window first run source activate psychopyenv and execute a script with stimuli after.

Create environments

conda env create -f /path/to/environment_lsl.yml

conda env create -f /path/to/environment_psychopy.yml

Connect to muse

source activate muse-lsl-env cd dropbox/experiments/matlab/muse-lsl-master

python muse-lsl.py --name SMTX-0124 -big

python muse-lsl.py --name SMTX-0386 -small

python muse-lsl.py -name Muse-0A17 -muse

View data

source activate muse-lsl-env

cd dropbox/experiments/matlab/muse-lsl-master

python lsl-viewer-V2.py

Run task and record data (see baseline folder for baseline resting task)

source activate psychopyenv

cd dropbox/experiments/matlab/muse-lsl-master

python stimulus_presentation/generate_Visual_P300.py -d 300 & python lsl-record.py -d 300

MAYBE:

In terminal run: get-pip.py

then (maybe not necessary): pip install matplotlib

Maybe Modify bask profile

touch ~/.bash_profile; open ~/.bash_profile export DYLD_FALLBACK_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib:$DYLD_FALLBACK_LIBRARY_PATH