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Beauchamp Lab



R Analysis and Visualization of intracranial EEG Data (RAVE) is a powerful software tool for the analysis of intracranial electroencephalogram (iEEG) data, including data collected using strips and grids (electrocorticography, ECoG) and depth electrodes (stereotactic EEG). RAVE is programmed by John Magnotti, Ph.D. and Zhengjia Wang with funding provided by NIH 1R24MH117529-01.

Condition Explorer Module in RAVE

Source code and installation instructions for RAVE are on the Github website. Click here to go to the Github RAVE site. After installation, in order to start RAVE, copy and paste the following commands into the RStudio console:


RAVE Support

Support is provided via the Slack workspace

Alternately, e-mail


If you have RAVE format data on a server (or anywhere besides the default local directory), point RAVE to it with


Google Form to allow users or potential users to provide feedback on RAVE development.

Youtube videos created using RAVE

High gamma response to audiovisual stimulus
High gamma response to auditory only stimulus
High gamma response to visual only stimulus

High Gamma iEEG Response to Audiovisual Stimulus

High gamma (75-150 Hz) response to audiovisual stimulus. Right hemisphere intracranial grid. White indicates no change in baseline activity, red indicates increased local electrical activity. Slowed to 1/10 normal speed. Made with RAVE.