[Eeglablist] statistical analysis of ERPs

Campbell, Tom tom.campbell at helsinki.fi
Thu Jun 2 04:02:19 PDT 2005


Bonjour Jean-Pierre!

I have written a function for ERP quantification that Arnaud explained 
would come out in the next distribution. 

http://tomcampbell.dyndns.info/Campbell_LCEtalk.ppt#9

I'd tend to then to use one of the commercial packages for doing ANOVAs.

For a sophisticated perspective on ANOVA with ERPs, please see: 

Dien, J. & Santuzzi, A., 2005, Application of Repeated Measures ANOVA to 
High-Density ERP Datasets: A Review and Tutorial In Todd C. Handy (Ed.) 
Event-Related Potentials – A Methods Handbook (pp. 57-82). MIT Press, MA.

-- 
a bientot,
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Quoting Jean-Pierre Chartrand <jeepee2 at hotmail.com>:

> Hi,
> me and my colleague are working with erp data in EEGlab and we would like
> to know if there is a way to obtain all the individual values of
> a componant to make an Anova with those values. Is the statistical test
> used in EEGlab sufficient to conclude that there is a
> significant difference between my two groups? If so, can we obtain the
> values used in the test?
> Thanks,
> Jean-Pierre Chartrand
> 
> 


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