Melbourne NeuroVista Seizure Prediction Trial

<div>This data is licensed under a Creative Commons license with conditions on ATTRIBUTION, NON-COMMERCIAL use and SHARE-ALIKE</div><div><br></div><div>NON-COMMERCIAL</div><div>- data use is for private individual/research/teaching training and no other purpose</div><div>- commercial entities may not use this data for any reason</div><div>- this data may not be used for patent applications, licensed software, IP or other for-profit use</div><div><br>ATTRIBUTION</div><div><br></div><div>Data should be cited as the Melbourne University NeuroVista Seizure Prediction Data (<a href=""></a>).</div><div><br></div><div>The following reference should be used:</div><div>Cook, Mark J., et al. "Prediction of seizure likelihood with a long-term, implanted seizure advisory system in patients with drug-resistant epilepsy: a first-in-man study." <i>The Lancet Neurology</i> 12.6 (2013): 563-571.<br></div><div><br></div><div>SHARE-ALIKE</div><div>- derivative works must be distributed under a Creative Commons license</div><div>- derivative works may include (but not limited to) neural networks, classifiers, mathematical models, computational models, networks, figures that are derived substantially from the data</div><div><br></div>Seizures for 12 patients recorded during the NeuroVista trial. Folders contain a number of .mat files (one file per seizure). Each file contains a variable 'data' with dimensions TxN where T is the data length and N is the number of electrode channels (16). T is variable (depending on seizure length. Seizure onset is at 1 minute. Seizure offset is 10s before the end of data. Sampling rate is 400Hz.<div><br></div><div>For more information refer to Cook et al (2013).</div><div>To use this data in your work please cite the original paper (provided in references) by Cook et al (2013).</div>