[Eeglablist] When to perform re-reference?
mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Wed Jun 18 11:38:16 PDT 2014
I remember you said that average reference should be applied before ICA,
but I did not understand exactly why. Could you comment on this?
Jerry, you should apply average referencing AFTER removing bad channels.
I don't think it makes big differences between average referencing before
or after interpolation. However we don't necessarily recommend
interpolation before ICA.
On Tue, Jun 17, 2014 at 12:20 PM, Jerry Zhu <jerryzhu at siu.edu> wrote:
> Hi all,
> At which stage do you re-reference your data? It was suggested do re-ref
> before ICA (http://sccn.ucsd.edu/pipermail/eeglablist/2011/003795.html).
> How about re-ref before/after bad epochs rejection and bad channel
> interpolation? The note here (
> suggests after interpolation. ("Since the interpolated potentials can be
> used to better approximate the average reference (Junghofer et al., 1999),
> it may be somewhat advantageous to compute the interpolated potentials
> directly from the measured data, in which case the voltages below are best
> thought of as referring to these measured potentials")
> What is your experience? Thanks for your sharing and suggestions!
> Jian Zhu, M.A.
> Brain and Cognitive Sciences
> Department of Psychology
> Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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