- Setting up the plug-in
- Nsgportal plug-in GUI
- Nsgportal command line tools
- Scheme of plug-in functions call
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Like all (except personal!) supercomputers, Comet typically runs jobs in batch mode rather than in the interactive style of Matlab. However, Comet has all Matlab functions as well as EEGLAB functions and many plug-in extensions installed ready to be called from scripts. When a job submitted through the NSG portal is run, you will receive an email from NSG alerting you to download the results. This means that best uses of the Open EEGLAB Portal are for computationally intensive processes and/or for parallel, automated processing of large EEG studies. In the first category, we are now installing the most computationally intensive EEGLAB functions on comet: AMICA, RELICA, time/frequency analysis, SCALE-optimized individual subject head modeling via NFT, etc. We will give more information here about using these installed capabilities as they become available.
To read a detailed overview of the Open EEGLAB Portal, browse a conference paper submitted the IEEE/EMBS Neural Engineering Conference in San Francisco (March, 2019) and our Neuroimage article.