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2018
    Build system is now using autogen.sh, autoconf, and automake, 

2017
    JSON(HL7/FHIR) support added 
    Interface to Python3/Python2 added

2016 
    R binding added

Nov 2015
    homebrew support added
       brew tap schloegl/biosig
       brew install biosig mexbiosig

Mar 2013
    GDF v2.5 released: support for timezone, time stamps, and SCP sections 7-11 added
    GDF got a step closer to provide a backwards compatible way to upgrade

Oct 2013
    libgdf - a small lightwight library, with the same API than libbiosig 

Aug 2012
    <NEW> utility functions of detection miniature epsp and ipsp events added
     the tools get_local_maxima_above_threshold.m and signal_deconvolution.m
     are available from biosig4octmat/t300

Jul 2012
    packages for libbiosig, biosig4c++-tools, mexSLOAD and biosig4python 
    will become available for Debian/Wheezy

Jun 2012
    Support of FEF data format implemented

May 2012
    Support on NetBSD tested

May 2012
    NIRS tools of G√ľnter Bauernfeind added.  

Apr 2012
    Stimfit can be used with biosig

Dec 2011
    Support for Itanium and SPARC/Solaris platform fixed
    Support for Philips Sierra ECG added  
 
Oct 2011
    Support for ARM platform improved

Aug 2011
    Support detecting spikes, actionpotentials and bursts added

Jul 2011
    SigViewer patch to fix several issues

Apr 2011
    Several new fileformats, including HEKA/Patchmaster v2, CFS and 
    Igor text format (ITX), have been included.

Jan 2011
    MathLink interface to Mathematica

Nov 2010
    switch from mingw to mingw-cross-env for win32

Oct 2009
    Support spatial filters in biosig4c++ (libbiosig).

Mar 2009
    Several new file formats supported including alpha-trace (B.E.S.T), GE-ECG
    Improvements in: BVA, CNT, EDF+, GDF, FAMOS, MFER, SCP, DICOM, HL7aECG

Feb 2009
    Introduction of biosig client-server (BSCS) architecture. 
    The first prototyp can be used as a central archive for biomedical signal data.

Nov 2008
    mexSLOAD.mexw32 - Mex-file for WIN32/matlab available. 
    About 30 file formats are supported in libbiosig  used by mexSLOAD, sigviewer, save2gdf
    About 50 file formats are supported in biosig for octave and matlab

Aug 2008
    save2gdf.exe - a file converter for WIN32 is available 

Jul 2008 
    GDF v2.1 defined, BCI2000 implements GDFv2.1

May 2008
    SigViewer 0.2 supports approx. 15 different data formats.

Apr 2008
    MEX-Interface speeds up data access

Mar 2008
    BioSig4C++ supports now reading of ca 15 data formats including:
    ACQ, AINF, BDF, BKR, BrainVision, CFWB, CNT, DEMG, EDF, EGI,
    ETG4000, GDF v1, GDF v2, HL7aECG/FDA-XML, MFER, SCP-ECG.

Sep 2007
    BioSig4C++ supports reading of MFER data

Aug 2007
    BioSig4C++ supports the bidirectional conversion between the following 
    six 6 data formats: SCP, HL7aECG, GDF, BDF, EDF, CFWB

Jul 2007
    CSP classifier included in BioSig4OctMat

Jun 2007
    SCP-ECG - HL7aECG converter is available through BioSig4C++

Oct 2006
    Sparse-LDA and libSVM classifier included. 

Aug 2006 
    GDF2.0 is finalized.

Jul 2006
    removing line interference supported. 

Jun 2006 
    LDA/GSVD classifier added. LDA/GSVD is able to address the small sample size
    problem. Hence, it is very suitable for high dimensional data.  

May 2006
    BioSig improves ranking:
	it's now within top 1000 projects on SourceForge
	and is the top rank project in the field (keyword search on "EEG ECG Biosignal")

Mar 2006
    BioSig for Python started

Mar 2006
    The stats-activity at SourceForge shows 99.1 % for BioSig. 
    Thus, BioSig belongs to the top 1% projects.
    BioSig is the top project in the field of EEG and biomedical signal processing.

Jan 2006 
    Converter between SCP and aECG started

Dec 2005
    BioSig for Java started 

Nov 2005
    Benchmark test based on BioSig developed

Oct 2005
    BioSig's homepage got a new layout - thanks to Clemens Brunner

Sep 2005
    Several subprojects are started:
    - Biosig4c++ is a C/C++ library for accessing GDF and other dataformats is started. 
    - SigViewer is a Viewing and Scoring software programmed in C/C++ and Qt
    - BioProFeed is a real-time acquisition analysis system based on RTAI 
    - rtsBCI is a realtime BCI system based on Matlab/Simulink
    - biosig4octmat is the known Biosig-toolbox for Octave and Matlab 

Aug 2005 
    The next version (2.0) of the GDF data format 2.0 is under development. 
    GDF2.0 will contain many new features while having still a simple file 
    structure like EDF and GDF 1.x.   

Jul 2005 
    BioProFeed: realtime data aquisition tool based on RTAI - thanks to Andreas Glatz
    
Jun 2005
    new version of rtsBCI available - thanks to Reinhold Scherer

Apr 2005
    BIOSIG supports more dataformats (of biomedical signals) than 
    any other software package. Currently, over 30 different biosignal formats
    and several image and sound formats are supported. 

Mar 2005
    BIOSIG has been tested with whole Physiobank.

Mar 2005
    TLOAD loads and triggers data, rejects visually identified artifacts. 
    All processing steps are included in TLOAD.   

Feb 2005
    multiclass LDA included

Dec 2004
    BCI competition 2005 has been announced. Support for 
    these datasets is included in BIOSIG. 

Nov 2004
    SVIEWER, a powerful viewing and scoring 
    program is included. Now, it is really an important 
    milestone which justifies the new version number 1.00.  
    Thanks to Franz Einspieler, a student of the 
    University of Technology Graz, Austria.  

Nov 2004
    Support of several IMAGE-, MESH- and MATRIX- formats added
    8  file formats can be written
    39 file formats can be read, 
    ca. 100 formats are identified

Sep 2004
    Interface to EEGLAB improved
    BIOSIG and EEGLAB work together

Aug 15th, 2004
    Online HELP uploaded
    HELP is now available online at 
	http://biosig.sf.net/help/ and
        http://pub.ist.ac.at/~schloegl/matlab/help/

Jul  7th, 2004
    BIOSIG 0.65 released
	minor changes

May 24th, 2004
    New Release: BIOSIG 0.60 
	More dataformats, new features, improved performance. 
	see release notes for more details 

May 05th, 2004
    New Release: Dataformat 1.40 
	see release notes for more details 

Apr 16, 2004 
    EEG data of the Graz BCI experiments are saved in GDF format using the BIOSIG toolbox: 
    The Event Codes as proposed in http://dpmi.tu-graz.ac.at/~schloegl/matlab/eeg/EventCodes.html
    are implemented in the GDF format. This allows to save EEG data and Events in a single file. 
    The advantage of this solution is based on some modifications of the originally, simple 
    EDF format. 

April 16th, 2004
    Thanks to Robert Oostenveld's effort, 
    support for 3 more data formats is included. 
    BrainVision, FIF and EEProbe are supported now.  

April 4th, 2004
    BIOSIG reaches new record number of monthly 
    downloads. In March 497 downloads are counted. 
    The last record number was in Oct 2003 with 
    367 downloads.  

April 1st, 2004
    Alois Schloegl is 3rd winner of the 
    OpenECG programming contest. CONGRATULATION. 
    
    He received the prize for implemented an 
    Converter for the SCP-ECG data format for Octave. 
    The converver is part of the BIOSIG. 

March, 2004
    Robert Oostenveld will include support for 
    the following formats: CTF, NeuroMag, BrainVision, EEProbe
    
March 8th, 2004
    New releases from the BIOSIG project. 
    
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