Multi-channel EEG recordings during 3,936 grasp and lift trials with varying weight and friction

  title={Multi-channel EEG recordings during 3,936 grasp and lift trials with varying weight and friction},
  author={Matthew D Luciw and Ewa Jarocka and Benoni B. Edin},
  booktitle={Scientific data},
WAY-EEG-GAL is a dataset designed to allow critical tests of techniques to decode sensation, intention, and action from scalp EEG recordings in humans who perform a grasp-and-lift task. Twelve participants performed lifting series in which the object's weight (165, 330, or 660 g), surface friction (sandpaper, suede, or silk surface), or both, were changed unpredictably between trials, thus enforcing changes in fingertip force coordination. In each of a total of 3,936 trials, the participant was… CONTINUE READING
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