This is ECoG data from Shimoda K, Nagasaka Y, Chao ZC, Fujii N (2012): "Decoding continuous three-dimensional hand trajectories from epidural electrocorticographic signals in Japanese macaques." J. Neural Eng. 2012 9:036015.
The monkey was tracking food rewards with the hand contralateral to the implant side. Each monkey was trained to reach for food offered by the experimenter at irregular intervals.
ECoG and motion data were sampled at 1KHz and 120Hz, respectively, with time stamps synchronized. Monkey B and Monkey C had 64-channel ECoG electrodes.
Data are originally from http://neurotycho.org/epidural-ecog-food-tracking-task.