Muse 2 how to get signal quality from code

I am using Muse 2 (2016) from muselsl python script that listens to a LSL stream (using BlueMuse + Bluetooth).
I was wondering if there is any way to get signal quality (impedence levels) somewhere from code.
If not from muselsl, are you aware of any other muse-related-script (muse-js for example) that I can have this kind of information?
If not (lol) is there any other formula for me to check using the raw EEG data?


  • wjcroftwjcroft Mount Shasta, CA

    This question may be better answered on the Brainflow Slack, or on a Muse discussion forum.

  • celticharpcelticharp Athens, Greece

    Muse forum is unavailable for some strange reason. (I can no longer track it)
    I will try brainflow as well, thanks.

  • I've been using Muse monitor, what has now become Mind monitor as the bluetooth intermediary, and this is able to report signal quality. It's a paid-for application in the stores, but, google is your friend.

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