ASA-Advanced Source Analysis of Continuous and Event-Related EEG/MEG Signals
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Sophisticated analysis methods for EEG and MEG play a key role in the better understanding of brain functions as measured by high-density EEG and MEG. Being commercially available since 1996, the ASA software (ANT Software BV, Enschede, Netherlands) has been gaining growing popularity among clinical and cognitive researchers. With the following article, we present an overview on the currently available functionality of the software and provide examples of its application.
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