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arno at ucsd.edu
Fri Mar 14 20:01:23 PDT 2008
you simply need to take the absolute value of the ITC to plot them
"abs(itc)". No further processing is required.
Michael Kiang wrote:
> I have some data sets on which I used newtimef to plot ERSP and ITC,
> which seemed to work fine.. (Each data set represents one subject's
> epoched data, imported from a Neuroscan .eeg file, and then filtered
> and baseline corrected in EEGLAB and saved as a .set file).
> I would like to use the output matrix 'itc' for further manipulation
> and plotting of ITC - but it is composed entirely of complex numbers.
> Thus, for example, tftopo will not accept my itc as input. I understand
> that ITC ranges from 0 to 1, and the newtimef comments state that the
> range of itc is [0 1]. Did I something in error to produce itc
> consisting of complex numbers, or does it require some further
> processing step to plot ITC?
> Thanks for any information you might have -
> Michael Kiang
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