[Eeglablist] Ocular Artifact Correction

Ethan Weed ETHAN at CFIN.DK
Thu Mar 20 07:25:15 PDT 2014

If you have enough events, why not just remove epochs that have artifacts entirely? Then you will be on the safe side, and you won't have to worry about distorting your data artificially. 


On Mar 18, 2014, at 06:08 , João Pedrosa <jpedrosa.casq at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear all,
> given a simple P3 paradigm what do you think is the best signal processing technique for the correction of the ocular artifacts (mainly blinks) with minimum EEG distortion?
> I have tried different techniques such as ICA and manual component selection and also the algorithms available on the AAR 1.3 plugin with fairly good results but would anyway like to know what you advise on.
> Best regards,
> João Pedrosa
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