[Eeglablist] Help on component maps

Sanket Jain jainsanket1 at gmail.com
Wed May 5 10:38:08 PDT 2010


It represents neither amplitude nor frequency spectrum. These maps
correspond to the independent components of your data. Refer to Independent
component analysis (Basic reference for use with EEGLAB available on EEGLAB
website)

Sanket

On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 3:48 AM, Thomas George <s_thomasgeorge at sify.com>wrote:

> Dear All,
> I have basic doubts in component maps.
> Is it the component 2-D maps which is obtained in * plot>component
> maps>2-D maps* is representing the* amplitude spectrum* of various
> channels which are  is fed in?.or it represents the *frequency spectrum*.
> and
> say,
> Suppose I import a 16 channel data with channels namely Fp2 , F4, C4,
> .............and so on, then component maps obtained are 1, 2,3.............
> *Can I consider that the 2-D map  1 is corresponding to** Fp2 and **map 2
> to **F4 etc...*?
> please help.
> Regards
> Thomas George
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