Neuropype 2022 is out!
Another year has started and it's time for another major release (2022) of our Neuropype signal processing suite! This release includes our Experiment Recorder application for cognitive task presentation and data capture (which uses Neuropype on the backend), which makes running experiments and collecting data from LSL-compatible devices an easy affair. Also included is a new control panel for easily launching / viewing / stopping / starting multiple pipelines. That's not to mention over 25 new nodes (including several new features for processing fNIRS data), performance enhancements,
feature extensions to existing nodes, etc. To help you get more out of Neuropype we've added a new Tutorials section to the documentation which we'll be adding to regularly, as well as additional example pipelines (including one showing post-hoc "offline" processing of recorded data.
Check out the Release Notes for details, and grab the latest release today by logging into your Neuropype account, or if you're not a Neuropype user, sign up today. We greatly appreciate any feedback you may have, especially those of you using the Academic Edition.