[Eeglablist] Problems with the whiteness of the residuals

Bethel Osuagwu b.osuagwu.1 at research.gla.ac.uk
Wed Mar 19 15:35:12 PDT 2014

What model order and window size are you using? You might need to give more details about your pre-processing steps including whether you are working with IC or sensors and the use of spatial filters. If your model order is too low for a given window size then your data will not be modeled properly and the residuals will not be white. So you might try using higher model orders but without over fitting. 

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Subject: [Eeglablist] Problems with the whiteness of the residuals

eeglab experts,

I am working with ECoG data in eeglab using the SIFT plugin. When I am validating the model I obtain good consistency, above the 90%, good model stabilty, 100% stable, but bad whiteness of the residuals, none of the windows are white

What I can do with these results?

My data are adquired with the subject in resting, 240 Hz of sampling frequency, 16 channels, around 80 epochs of 2 seconds

I really appreciate any help you can provide

John Ochoa
Docente de Bioingeniería
Universidad de Antioquia

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