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 Although FieldTrip represents all data in a similar way, for some acquisition systems and/or file formats it may help if you understand how the peculiarities of that file format are related to the FieldTrip implementation. The following pages serve as a starting point for particular data acquisition systems. Note that not all [[:​dataformat|supported data formats]] are listed here, only the ones with peculiarities that you might want to be aware of.  Although FieldTrip represents all data in a similar way, for some acquisition systems and/or file formats it may help if you understand how the peculiarities of that file format are related to the FieldTrip implementation. The following pages serve as a starting point for particular data acquisition systems. Note that not all [[:​dataformat|supported data formats]] are listed here, only the ones with peculiarities that you might want to be aware of. 
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-In general you should get started with the [[tutorial|tutorials]]. The pages here only serve to explain system specific details but lack the complete overview that the tutorials provide. 
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 Finally, you might have data already analysed using other software, and would like to start by reading their output. Or the other way around, and process FieldTrip data further. For some common software packages we provide functions and examples. Finally, you might have data already analysed using other software, and would like to start by reading their output. Or the other way around, and process FieldTrip data further. For some common software packages we provide functions and examples.
-===== Getting started with particular MEG data types ===== 
-  * [[getting_started:​ctf|Getting started with CTF data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​bti|Getting started with 4D/BTi data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​neuromag|Getting started with Neuromag data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​yokogawa|Getting started with Yokogawa data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​babysquid|Getting started with BabySQUID data]] 
-===== Getting started with particular EEG data types ===== 
-  * [[getting_started:​egi|Getting started with EGI data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​bdf|Getting started with BDF (Biosemi Data Format) data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​1020|Getting started with 20%, 10% and 5% electrode arrangements]] ​   
-  * [[getting_started:​brainvision|Getting started with BrainVision Analyzer and Easycap]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​eeprobe|Getting started with ASA and EEProbe data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​edf|Getting started with EDF data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​besa|Getting started with BESA data]] 
-===== Getting started with other data ===== 
-  * [[getting_started:​plexon|Getting started with Plexon data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​blackrock|Getting started with Blackrock data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​neuralynx|Getting started with Neuralynx data]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​neuralynx_fcdc|Getting started with the Neuralynx data recorded at the Donders Institute]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​animal|Getting started with animal electrophysiology data, including spikes]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​eyelink|Getting started with SR-Research EyeLink eye-tracker data]] 
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-===== Getting started with other software ===== 
-  * [[getting_started:​spm|Getting started with SPM]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​eeglab|Getting started with EEGLAB]] 
-  * [[getting_started:​loreta|Getting started with LORETA]] 
  
-===== Getting started with real-time data analysis ===== +{{page>:​getting_started:​shared}}
-  * [[getting_started:realtime|Getting started with real-time analysis for BCI and neurofeedback]] +
-  * [[getting_started:​realtime_headlocalizer|Getting started with real-time head localization in MEG]]+