Today we released MNE-Python version 1.1.0! It is available now on PyPI and conda-forge. The standalone installers should be updated within a few hours.
There were 49 contributors to this release, including 23 new contributors: Adeline Fecker, Alessandro Tonin, Alex Ciok, Archit Singhal, Ashley Drew, Ben Beasley, Carina Forster, Frederik D. Weber, Hamid Maymandi, Ilias Machairas, Jordan Drew, Lukas Gemein, Matt Courtemanche, Matthias Dold, Matti Toivonen, Michiru Kaneda, Mingjian He, Naveen Srinivasan, Reza Nasri, Scott Huberty, Sondre Foslien, T. Wang, and Tziona NessAiver. Welcome and thanks!
Notable API changes:
When creating BEM surfaces via
copyparameter now defaults to
convertparameter is now deprecated and the
flash30params now accept list of file names or nibabel images.
The ordering of channels returned by
mne.io.read_raw_nirxis now ordered by channel name, rather than the order provided by the manufacturer.
New interpolation options ‘linear’ and ‘nearest’ (previously was always ‘cubic’) for many of our topomap functions, passed as the
.to_data_frame()methods all now have default
time_format=None(keep time in seconds) instead of
mne.Evoked.decimateis now consistent with
mne.Epochs.decimatein aligning to the sample at time=0 (so that the exact sample when the event occurred is preserved).
Please see the online changelog for full details: What’s new — MNE 1.1.0 documentation