Data released on November 20, 2014
The event-related potentials technique is widely used in cognitive neuroscience research. The P300 waveform has been explored in many research articles because of its wide applications including lie detection or brain-computer interfaces. However, a very few datasets are publicly available. Therefore, most researchers use only their private datasets for their analysis. This leads to hardly comparable results, particularly in brain-computer interfaces research.
This article presents the electroencephalography/event-related potentials (EEG/ERP) data. These were acquired using an odd-ball hardware stimulator. The visual stimulation was based on a three-stimulus paradigm and included target, non-target and distracter stimuli. The data were obtained from 20 healthy subjects.
The presented datasets together with their metadata provide researchers with an opportunity to study the P300 component from different perspectives. Furthermore, they can be used for BCI research.
Vareka, L., Bruha, P., & Moucek, R. (2014). Event-related potential datasets based on a three-stimulus paradigm. GigaScience, 3(1). doi:10.1186/2047-217x-3-35