Would suggest also you do a thorough search of National Aeronautics and Space Administration research on circadian rhythms and related topics. There have been many studies involving similar data.
From: Peter Flom <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To: "Classification, clustering, and phylogeny estimation" <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: More details on my request re classification of time series
Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2007 07:39:43 -0400
>Thanks to those who already replied!
>Their replies make me realize I needed to post a few more details.
>Here's the problem:
>I will be dealing with EEG data (brain waves). There will be, for each
>subject, 19 time series, each with thousands of points (sampling is once
>We have some old data, which are already classified, but those classes
>aren't absolutely certain to be correct. There may be some errors, and
>there may be classes that have not been identified in the literature.
>We will be getting new data, where the classes will be unknown.
>We want to look at new data and classify them; we also want to look at
>all the data (old and new) for anything previous researchers have
>Any further suggestions will be very welcome