[Eeglablist] Fw: Filter causality pop_eegfiltnew
mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Mon Sep 15 19:01:52 PDT 2014
1- I usually use pop_eegfiltnew() and the other one with which you can set
the parameters in more detals. See http://sccn.ucsd.edu/wiki/Firfilt_FAQ
and the linked pdf file by Andreas Widmann.
2- As Vito kindly suggested, I recommend Tim Mullen's CleanLine. You can
find it in your EEGLAB's plugin manager, otherwise download it from here.
3- Well, CelanLine is an adaptive filter using sliding window and sine
> (we shouldn't use any kind of filter with SIFT),
Yes, that's why linear detrending + CleanLine.
On Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 9:04 AM, Salim Al-wasity <salim_alwasity at yahoo.com>
> According to what have you said that filtering the EEG data destroyed the
> causality unless we use a casual filter.
> 1- What kind of filters that EEGLAB has (i.e linear, non-linear, causal
> and non-casual filter)?
> 2- I am trying to find the imaginary Coherence and Granger causality of an
> EEG data set, What kind of filter should I choose?
> 3- based on Tim's workshop (we shouldn't use any kind of filter with
> SIFT), how can we remove the 50 Hz noise and the unwanted high frequencies
> if we assume that the low frequencies will removed by SIFT detrend?
> Salim Al-Wasity
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