[Eeglablist] plots in the wrong windows

Rael Cahn rael at ucsd.edu
Thu Nov 10 09:55:41 PST 2005

Hi Hamish,

This is a general problem I have run into working with 7R14 and Windows as
well -- unlike with Unix, in Windows the trick with putting the mouse over
the target window doesn't seem to work ...

the only solution seems to be entering the topoplot command into the Matlab
command line instead of calling it through the GUI.  After calling it once
from the GUI you can press "h" at the command line and all the commands
entered since the most recent startup of EEGLAB will appear -- the last line
will look something like:

pop_topoplot(EEG,0, [2 3] , 'filename',[1 2] ,0, 'electrodes', 'on',
'masksurf', 'on');

simply cut and paste this line into the commandline and press enter and the
operation will now work correctly, plotting all the scalp maps in the
intended figure...


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[mailto:eeglablist-bounces at sccn.ucsd.edu] On Behalf Of Hamish Innes-Brown
Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 4:01 AM
To: eeglablist at sccn.ucsd.edu
Subject: [Eeglablist] plots in the wrong windows

This problem may be due to my MatLab skills being a little lacking -  
when I plot either channel or component maps in 2-d, the first plot  
goes in the new plot window, then all the others seem to try and draw  
in the EEGLab window behind the text displayed in that window.

I've tried this on a few different PC's and always seem to end up  
with the same result - has this happened to anyone else, or is there  
a way to fix it?

many thanks!

I'm using EEGLab v4.515, MatLab 7R14 on WinXP (2x3.2Xeons, 2GB ram)

Hamish Innes-Brown
Mental Health Research Institute
National Neuroscience Facility
Level 2, 161 Barry St
Carlton South VIC 3053

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