[Eeglablist] Statistical differences between conditions
arno at salk.edu
Tue Mar 2 09:30:14 PST 2004
I have implemented for my own research a method adapted from Blair and
Karniski (1993), so you may want to try it too.
ps: These time-frequency functions might be included in the EEGLAB
distribution within the next few years.
kazuyo tanji wrote:
>I am wondering if there is any way to detect statistically
>significant difference between task conditions for each
>time/frequency point in the ERSP planes.
>Any help is welcomed.
>Kazuyo Tanji MD, PhD
>Division of Neuropsychology, Department of Disability
>Medicine, Tohoku University School of Medicine
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