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Brain-computer interfaces (BCI) are emerging as a powerful tool for providing an alternative way of communication and environment control to severely disabled people. Among these systems, P300-based BCIs are widely diffused as they are easy to manage and do not require a training for the subjects. These systems, however, are still too slow so that they are actually used only by those patients that are unable to control any muscle. It is possible to improve their performances, but many different analyses need to be performed. Here a set of tools are described for the analysis and optimization of this class of BCI protocols that allow increasing the performances of such systems.