1. What did you do this week?
- I improved MNE-BIDS's "read_raw_bids" function in PR #219 by allowing it to automatically set channel types in a "raw" object by parsing an accompanying BIDS channels.tsv file
- I worked on the MNE-STUDY-TEMPLATE, making it work for the first step "loading and filtering" for a different dataset and modality than it was intended for
- I started a PR (#221) to expose the MNE-BIDS "copyfile functions" to the command line interface
- User support in MNE-BIDS and MNE-Python over the issues
- Bugfix in MNE-BIDS (PR #217)
- Made dev docs accessible for MNE-BIDS via the CircleCI API (PR #216)
- ... and lots of other stuff. As usual, I keep my log on my GSoC repository
2. What is coming up next?
I will ...
- finish the PR on improving the MNE-BIDS command line (including docs)
- Go back to the MNE-STUDY-TEMPLATE and try to make it work for the EEG data beyond the filtering
- Make a dedicated example to MNE-BIDS' read_raw_bids function
- allow read_raw_bids to read the digitization files accompanying a raw data file
3. Did you get stuck anywhere?
As usual, there were many minor points where I got stuck. And as usual, I got lots of support from my mentoring team. This week, there was nothing serious however :-)
- Trying to kill the warnings MNE-BIDS currently throws when running the tests
- Fighting with Freesurfer and the MNE bindings to Freesurfer