[Eeglablist] systematically deleting data
balperin07 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 2 09:13:11 PST 2014
Thanks for the response. I ended up using EEG.xmax which seems to work perfectly. I can use that instead of inputting a number in pop_select in both the GUI and command line.
> On Nov 2, 2014, at 1:01 AM, Stephen Politzer-Ahles <spa268 at nyu.edu> wrote:
> Hello Brittany,
> EEG.times(end) should give you the duration of your file (specifically, the latency of the very last sample). I don't think you can put a variable like that in pop_select (I might be wrong, though), but you could do EEG.times(end) at the command line to see the duration, and then put that duration into pop_select. Alternatively, you could use the command-line version of pop_select rather than the GUI version; that would allow you to put a variable length there.
> Stephen Politzer-Ahles
> New York University, Abu Dhabi
> Neuroscience of Language Lab
>> On Sat, Nov 1, 2014 at 2:22 AM, Brittany Alperin <balperin07 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I want to cut all of my datasets down to just include the last 600 seconds and I also want to write some code to automate this.
>> Is there a way I can find out the length without manually plotting the data to find out how long the file is? I assume I'll use the select data function (pop_select), but all I know how to do is put in actual numerical values. Using this method I would have to plot each dataset, find out the length, and subtract 600 seconds from that, which is a bit tedious and wouldn't allow me to automate it.
>> Basically, is there a Matlab function that will tell me how many seconds long the file is? Can you enter something other than numbers in the pop_select window?\
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