Some current/past projects in which I am/was involved:

EDF(+) website is a website compiling all sorts of information about the open EDF and EDF+ formats for the exchange and storage of multichannel biological signals.


An EDF/EDF+ visualization and analysis tool. More information and download instructions in its dedicated project page.

Polyman Report Generator

Polyman's sleep report generating capabilities are made available as a separate software piece within this project. This allows the possibility of interacting with the report generator from any programming language, script, or even a system console. Added possibilities include the batch processing of EDF+ files and the possibility to export to several formats including XML, PDF or PNG. Download and more information including how-to instructions, on the dedicated project page.

MIASOFT: Intelligent Monitoring Software for the Diagnosis of the Sleep Apnea-Hypopnea Syndrome

A fully automated and comprehensive analysis tool to support medical decision in the diagnosis of the Sleep Apnea-Hypopnea Syndrome. More info (in Spanish) here. Some related scientific publications can also be found through my ResearchGate profile


A set of functions for the R programming language for reading and writing event annotations from and to EDF+ files . Available under the Apache License Version 2.0 through the following GitHub repository.

Neuro-Loop Gain Analyzer

EEG micro-continuity analysis tool for sleep slow waves, spindles and other brain rhythms. Reads an EEG signal from an EDF file, tracks the degree of neuronal coupling in the underlying cell network, and puts the result into another EDF file (look for the signal with label 'Gain'). The project's code (C#) is open-source, and made available under the Apache License Version 2.0 through the following GitHub repository.

OpenBIC to EDF converter

A set of Matlab/Octave functions to convert biosignal data exported from the OpenBCI platform to the open EDF standard format. More information, tutorial and download on the dedicated project page