RAVE is an abbreviation for “R Analysis and
Visualization of intracranial EEG”, an integrated toolbox written in R
for statistical rigorous and reproducible pipelines. The official
wiki-page is at rave
ravedash is the dashboard system for
with the following goals:
ravedash requires additional templates from
built-in pipelines (released under MIT license). You can always
start with this template and expand from there.
To download the template, simply run the following one-time command:
To start a
ravedash application, you need to create a
<- ravedash::new_session() sess sess
To launch the session
A session is essentially a folder located on your hard drive. The folder contains a copy of all the modules that are currently installed as well as intermediate data, allowing you to always resume sessions from where it is left off (depends on the module implementation).
For example, it might take very long time to visually inspect
hundreds of electrodes one-by-one. The
allows you to shutdown the application without losing the current
configurations, and resume the analysis later on.
To resume the session, you can use
use_session with the
session ID, or simply list all the sessions using
::list_session() ravedash#> [] #> RAVE session <session-220619-155630-EDT-PB0P> #> Path: /Users/dipterix/rave_data/cache_dir/session-220619-155630-EDT-PB0P #> Date created: 2022-06-19 15:56:30 EDT #> #> Please run `x$launch_session()` to launch the session. <- ravedash::use_session("session-220619-155630-EDT-PB0P") sess $launch_session()sess
RStudio templates to extend
modules. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and request for a demo.
The official document is under development.