[Eeglablist] Problem with marking data epoch for rejection
mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Tue Apr 1 18:55:20 PDT 2014
Dear Derrick and Arno,
I replicated this error. Please add it to the fix list.
Sorry for inconvenience.
For a temporally solution, please comment out pop_rejspec() line 228-230,
% if reject
% EEG = pop_rejepoch(EEG, rej, 0);
It should work, but if otherwise let us know.
2014-03-27 13:39 GMT-07:00 Tomek Ligęza <tsl at poczta.fm>:
> Dear List,
> I have an issue regarding rejecting data epochs using spectral estimates.
> I need EEGLAB to only mark trials for rejection. Everything works fine
> when I call the function from the menu: Tools -> Reject data epochs ->
> Reject by spectra and set "Reject marked trials" field to "NO".
> However, when I try the same using the command:
> EEG = pop_rejspec( EEG, 1,'elecrange',[1:EEG.nbchan-5] ,'threshold',[-100
> 30] ,'freqlimits',[25 45]
> trials that should be only marked for rejection, are actually rejected (despite
> the fact that the argument ‘eegplotreject’ is equal to zero).
> Surprisingly, this command is copied from eeghistory after calling the
> function pop_rejspec from menu Tools.
> How can I mark trials for rejection using a command?
> I would really appreciate your help as I have to use the "command option"
> in my data analysis.
> Tomek Ligeza
> Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
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