[Eeglablist] STUDY: stats results & display CI or SEM on ERPs

Makoto Miyakoshi mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Fri Jan 17 12:22:56 PST 2014


Dear Bastien,

> Makoto, when I asked about what i need to feed stationed() I meant the
data array.

Ok, open STUDY and plot ERPs for all clusters and press 'ok' to close study
edit/plot window. This will update your memory with loaded icaerp (so you
can see in the EEGLAB main window memory size increases). Now you have
icaerp under STUDY.cluster(1,10).icaerp for Cls10 for example. If you have
nxm design your icaerp should be {n,m} in which you can choose
condition-separate icaerps.

Makoto

2014/1/16 Bastien Boutonnet <bastien.b1 at gmail.com>

> Thanks both very much for the help,
>
> Makoto, when I asked about what i need to feed stationed() I meant the
> data array. I am not really sure about the structure of the STUDY object
> and for some reason it crashes MATLAB when I try to open it once the ERPs
> have been plotted. So in the fashion you explained in an earlier e-mail
> could you hint towards which vector of the STUDY object might contain my
> data once simple ERPs have been pre-computed or plotted?
>
> I gave a go at the MassUnivar toolbox and it's great. David's been really
> helpful too with it. I just wanted to play around with doing the same kind
> of stuff in EEGLAB as well as in future experiments the David's toolbox
> might be too limited.
>
> Cheers,
> B
> --
> Bastien Boutonnet, Ph.D.
> School of Psychology,
> Bangor University
> bastienboutonnet.com
>
> On 16 January 2014 at 02:20:02, Arnaud Delorme (arno at ucsd.edu<//arno at ucsd.edu>)
> wrote:
>
> Bastien Boutonnet, Ph.D.
>  School of Psychology,
> Bangor University
> bastienboutonnet.com
>
>


-- 
Makoto Miyakoshi
Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience
Institute for Neural Computation, University of California San Diego
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