The Emotiv Marking component causes Psychopy to send a marker to the EEG datastream at the time that the stimuli are presented.
For the Emotiv Marking component to work an emotiv_recording component should have already been added to the experiment.
By default markers with labels and values can be added. A time interval can be specified by sending a stop marker. If the Marker intervals overlap it is important that the labels are unique. Additionally the length of the interval must be greater than 0.2 seconds. If you need higher speeds than this, it is best to record the times of your markers manually and compare them to the times in the raw EEG data.
If you are exporting the experiment to HTML the emotiv components will have no effect in Pavlovia. To import the experiment into Emotiv OMNI, export the experiment to HTML and follow the instructions in the OMNI platform.
Everything in a PsychoPy® experiment needs a unique name. The name should contain only letters, numbers and underscores (no punctuation marks or spaces).
The time to send the marker to the EEG datastream
If selected the stop marker will be sent as specified by the Stop parameter. If no stop marker is sent then the marker will be an “instance” marker and will indicate a point in time. If a stop marker is sent the marker will be an “interval” marker and have a startDatetime and endDatetime associated with it.
Governs the duration for which the stimulus is presented. See Defining the onset/duration of components for details.
The label assigned to this marker
The value assigned to this marker
Whether or not this is a stop marker. Note: stop markers were designed for relatively long intervals (of the order of one second). If you wish to mark short intervals it is safer to send two instance markers and label them appropriately so that you can create the intervals in post processing.