[Eeglablist] proper procedure for calling notch filter in script
Heather Jaskirat Wild
wildja at ohsu.edu
Thu Oct 30 13:55:35 PDT 2008
A question about this approach is there any reason you wouldn¹t want to
use a narrower band to get rid of the 60 Hz, eg,
EEG = pop_iirfilt( EEG, 59, 61, , );
Heather Jaskirat Wild, Ph.D.
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On 10/29/08 1:10 AM, "Klados Manousos" <mklados at med.auth.gr> wrote:
> Here is your code:
> EEG = pop_iirfilt(EEG,55,65,0,1);
> it uses iirfilt not eegfilt... I dont know the function eegfilt but iirfilt is
> ok for notch filtering
> 2008/10/29 None <foontala at gmail.com>
>> I'm attempting to perform a notch filter from a script using
>> pop_eegfilt. I keep getting an error warning about potential MATLAB
>> BUGs with.bandpasses.
>> In your experience, what's the best way to do a 60hz notch using pop_eegfilt?
>> Thanks in advance for sagacious advice!
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