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Splitting files in Neuraview 2.0

One of the many features Neuraview 2.0 has to offer is the ability to split one or multiple files from a recording session into smaller files.  This can be advantageous when you need to remove unwanted data, or simply analyze smaller data sets of a recording session.

1.  Load one or multiple files from the same recording session into Neuraview 2.0, including the Events.nev file.  This can be done by either dragging files directly into the Neuraview 2.0 window or by selecting the Open File button in the fly-out menu at the top of the window (ctrl+o).  It is important that files are from the same recording session, as Neuraview can load multiple files from different recording sessions.

2.  Files can be split at any recorded Event.  If needed, Neuraview allows users to add new Event markers (ctrl+shft+n) into the data set.  This allows for selecting a custom location to split one or all the files.  These new Event markers can be edited at any time by dragging them to a specific location or, entering a specific timestamp value in the Event markers property window. 

3.  Select the Split File button located in the fly-out menu at the top of the window.  

Select the Events at which you want to start the split and end the split.  This can be done multiple times, depending on the number of available Event markers.

Next, Select which of the files in Neuraview 2.0 you wish to split.  This can be one or any number of files loaded into the software.

Finally, select if the files will be saved in the same location as the original files, or in a new location.  The new files will be renamed so the original files will remain intact and unaltered.  

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