Show me your Ultracortex signals!
My PhD has a large EEG component to it and I'm used to working with the research-grade systems like those from Brain Products, wet-electrode setups etc. I'm definitely not an expert, but I have a few years' experience analysing signals and working with them. What I'm doing right now is I'm playing around with my OpenBCI Ultracortex IV model with Cyton+Daisy and before I start really getting into the analyses I want to do, my first goal has been to optimise the filtering such that it best matches what I see in the OpenBCI_GUI. I've managed to implement the filters to a reasonable degree but there's still a lot of noise present and it doesn't look good to me.
Now, my baseline level is what I'm used to working with, and I know this dry-electrode hobby-level setup is never going to be equivalent to what I work with at my research institute, but I have no sense of how close I can get. Therefore, I wanted to ask if people wouldn't mind posting some pictures of their (filtered) results look like, to see if I've reached a similar level or if I can optimise further. If my results look like yours, then I'm probably not going to get any better and I can begin with my next steps.
However, if I see many of you with much nicer, cleaner signals (i.e. ERPs, filtered continuous signals) then I know I have more tweaking to do. If anyone wouldn't mind posting the best you've achieved, perhaps with any tips you have found that helps increase the SNR during recording, that'd be greatly appreciated.