ID Age Gender Nr. seizures during registration Type of epilepsy
 1 11 F 2 Simple partial seizures (right frontal lobe origin)
2 18 F 3 Complex partial seizures (left frontal or temporal origin)
3 16 F 8 Simple partial seizures (left frontal lobe origin)
4 66 F 5 Primary generalized epilepsy (absence seizures)
5 58 F 8 Complex partial seizures (right or left temporal lobe origin)
6 29 F 4 Complex partial seizures (left temporal lobe origin)
7 45 F 2 Complex partial seizures (temporal lobe origin)
8 60 M 2 Complex partial seizures (left temporal lobe origin)
9 39 F 3 Complex partial seizures (right hemisphere origin)
10 50 F 3 Complex partial seizures
11 60 F 2 Primary generalized epilepsy, non-convulsive status epilepticus
12 48 M 3 Frontal lobe epilepsy
13 34 F 9 Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (tonic seizures)
14 19 M 3 Primary generalized epilepsy or left frontal lobe seizures (tonic seizures with myoclonic jerks +/- secondary generalization)
15 32 M 12 Complex partial seizures (right hemisphere origin)
16 35 F 6 Complex partial seizures (left hemisphere origin)
17 21 F 5 Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (tonic and atonic seizures)
Table 1: Participant demographics and characteristics of the epilepsy group.