[Eeglablist] Preprocessing Pipeline for Artifact Subspace Reconstruction
Tarik S Bel-Bahar
tarikbelbahar at gmail.com
Wed Nov 12 18:52:26 PST 2014
Hello Srinivas, hoping the below is of use to you, cheers!
ASR is a cool tool! You may use it by installing it in eeglab as a plugin,
running it from the gui on a continuous EEG file, and then typing eegh to
get the eeglab history. Makoto might have something to add as he made the
page, but the below should be useful to you.
You can also find out more at the powerpoint from Christian and Makoto at:
You can also download the matlab functions from there, and review the notes
and examples given within the .m files. There is considerable information
The change in the preprocessing pipeline suggested on the webpage would
likely mean implementing ASR after importing channels.Because it removes
bad channels, removes bad data, and gives you cleaned data, it's likely you
can skip the other bad-channel and artifact-rejection steps. However, be
sure to review the data for yourself after ASR, as it may require more
cleaning, or adjustment of the parameters and running a second or different
pass of artifact rejection using the same or other techniques. (however,
the defaults work quite well for the methods mentioned at the very end of
the pipeline webpage).
On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 6:48 PM, Srinivas Kota <svkota at gmail.com> wrote:
> I found this processing pipeline in EEGLAB wiki page.
> What would be the preprocessing pipeline, if I like to try ASR?
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