Free EDFbrowser is a free, opensource, multiplatform, universal viewer.
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EDFbrowser is a free, opensource, multiplatform, universal viewer and toolbox intended for, but not limited to, timeseries storage files like EEG, EMG, ECG, BioImpedance, etc.
- Supported fileformats: EDF, EDF, BDF, BDF
- Nihon Kohden to EDF converter (including annotations)
- Emsa (*.PLG) to EDF converter (including annotations)
- ASCII to EDF/BDF converter
- Finometer (Beatscope) to EDF converter
- Bmeye Nexfin (FrameInspector) to EDF converter
- WAV to EDF converter
- reads Biosemi's trigger inputs from the BDF "Status" signal
- Annotation editor
- Header editor, fixes also lot's of different format-errors
- 1th to 8th order Butterworth, Chebyshev, Bessel and "moving average" filters
- Notchfilter with adjustable Q-factor
- Powerspectrum (FFT)
- ECG Heart Rate detection (raw ECG waveform -> beats per minute)
with possibility to export the RR-intervals (beat to beat)
- Z-EEG measurement
- Averaging using triggers, events or annotations
- Supports montages
- Annotations/events export
- Annotations/events import
- File reducer/cropper/decimator
- Downsampling signals
- Precise measurements by using crosshairs
- Zoomfunction by drawing a rectangle with the mouse
- Shows signals from different files at the same time
- EDF/EDF /BDF/BDF to ASCII converter
- EDF/EDF /BDF/BDF compatibility checker
- EDF D to EDF C converter
- BDF( ) to EDF( ) converter
- Prints to a printer, image or PDF
- Combine several files and export it to one new EDF file
- Export a part of a file to a new file
- Reads from a streaming file (monitor)

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This software is lousy. I can't believe there isn't a better option.

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