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    I have some EEG data which are .mat files. How can I to load them into BRAPH and use graph analysis?

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    Mite Mijalkov


    Thank you a lot for using Braph. In order to do your analysis, the following steps are needed:

    Import the brain atlas with which your data was extracted into BRAPH through the Brain Atlas interface. After your atlas has been uploaded, go to Subject Cohorts and choose New EEG Cohort. You could find more details about how to use the Brain Atlas interface on

    In order to import your groups into Braph, they need to be arranged so that the .mat files of different groups are placed in different folders. The folders are uploaded to BRAPH via the EEG Cohort Editor interface by pressing the Load subject group from mat … button. More information about the capabilities of the EEG Cohort Editor can be found at (the EEG flow is analogous to the fMRI’s one).

    From the cohort, choose Graph Analysis -> New EEG graph analysis which will bring you to the EEG Graph Analysis interface. Here you could choose the type of graph and correlation you would like to use, as well as a definition for the community structure.

    Pressing Start analysis button opens a new interface for the specific type of analysis you would like to make (WU, BUD or BUT). From here you can choose which measures to calculate and also you can visualize your results separately for global and nodal measures. For more details of the workings of these interface please check , or depending on the type of analysis you would like to use.

    Hope this information helps you with your analysis. If you need more help, please do not hesitate to contact us.


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    Srithiphan Phanthad

    Thank you so much for a great ฺBRAPH program.
    I can not load .xlsx to EEG cohort. The data from EEG. how can i do it?

    #943 Reply

    Mite Mijalkov


    Thank you for considering BRAPH and I hope it will be a useful tool for you.

    As a first step, you should check whether the .xlsx file that you are trying to upload to the EEG cohort is prepared in the right format so that it could be read by BRAPH. In short, you need to have the different groups collected in different folders, where each file represent individual subject’s data. Moreover, each Excel file should be organized such that the columns represent brain regions; the values in a column are the values measured for a specific brain region as a function of time.

    For a detailed explanation I suggest the following link (fMRI cohort is analogous to the EEG cohort so all information is applicable to your case). Moreover, you could check the group files available for download for an example of how the individual Excel file should be organized. Also, the part of the manual discussing fMRI cohort can be found at

    Hope this helps. If you need any additional assistance with this problem, please do not hesitate to contact me.


    #21248 Reply



    I recently discovered BRAPH and I really like the output!

    Although, I do not understand quitte well how to input EEG data with a specific brain atlas instead of time series with the electrodes.

    I’m really new to this field, could anyone help me out?
    Thanks a lot.

    Kind Regards,

    #21270 Reply


    Dear Lis,

    Unfortunately I have no experience with EEG data. You would have to take a look into previous studies that carried out graph theory analyses on EEG data using brain atlas regions as nodes, or post this question in a specific EEG analysis/preprocessing forum.

    Alternatively, if you already have the mean signals recorded from different electrodes you could create an atlas with the coordinates and areas corresponding to those electrodes and perform a graph theory analysis with the data you have already collected.

    Best wishes,


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