The Maryland analysis of developmental EEG (MADE) pipeline.

@article{Debnath2020TheMA,
  title={The Maryland analysis of developmental EEG (MADE) pipeline.},
  author={Ranjan Debnath and George A. Buzzell and Santiago Morales and Maureen E. Bowers and Stephanie C. Leach and Nathan A. Fox},
  journal={Psychophysiology},
  year={2020},
  pages={
          e13580
        }
}
Compared to adult EEG, EEG signals recorded from pediatric populations have shorter recording periods and contain more artifact contamination. Therefore, pediatric EEG data necessitate specific preprocessing approaches in order to remove environmental noise and physiological artifacts without losing large amounts of data. However, there is presently a scarcity of standard automated preprocessing pipelines suitable for pediatric EEG. In an effort to achieve greater standardization of EEG… 
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