Does anyone have any clues on open (or reasonably scrapeable) sources of EEG data, especially from Alzheimer's patients?

  • for what it's worth, we have now spent a while chasing these data by e-mailing authors of peer-reviewed journals, but have had no luck with about 8-10 queries ... – Ben Bolker Feb 10 '16 at 21:35

There are two datasets from the UCI Machine Learning Repository related to EEG, but not specific to Alzheimer's patients.

  1. The EEG dataset

This data arises from a large study to examine EEG correlates of genetic predisposition to alcoholism.

It contains measurements from 64 electrodes placed on subject's scalps which were sampled at 256 Hz (3.9-msec epoch) for 1 second.

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  1. There is also an EEG Eye State related to video analysis of open/closed eyes and EEG measurement.

All data is from one continuous EEG measurement with the Emotiv EEG Neuroheadset. The duration of the measurement was 117 seconds. The eye state was detected via a camera during the EEG measurement and added later manually to the file after analysing the video frames. '1' indicates the eye-closed and '0' the eye-open state. All values are in chronological order with the first measured value at the top of the data.

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