[Eeglablist] pop_selectevent keeps unwanted epochs

Moran Aharoni dag.herev at gmail.com
Fri Nov 14 07:46:25 PST 2014


Dear Nicolas and list members,

I have encountered this problem as well, trying to select events
marked '1', '2', '3', and having event '101' kept in the event list.
I use EEGLAB 13.3.2 as well and have no blank spaces trailing after my
event markers either.

Regards,
Moran

On 13 November 2014 06:11, Nicolas Rene Escoffier
<nicolas.escoffier at nus.edu.sg> wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> I am using pop_selectevents to select events/epochs, but not all unselected
> events/epoch are removed (when both using command line and gui).
>
> I have a series of numerical event types (1-100), and when selecting a
> single digit event (say '2'), pop_selectevent also selects all events whose
> type start with that digit (in that case 20, 21,22 etc..). This is a problem
> because I want to select a list of single digit events (1,2,3,4) without the
> unwanted epochs.
>
> I am using EEGLAB 13.3.2 with default pop_selectevent settings and 'Keep
> only selected events' set. I tried to input event values in the field, as
> well use the dropdown event list. Data were imported from a ANT amplifier
> and epoched right away.
>
> I noticed that my event types have trailing blank spaces. I found some
> mention of that in the list so I removed them with deblank, but this did not
> solve the issue.
>
> Have I missed something? Has any of you ever encountered this issue before?
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
>
> Regards,
> Nicolas
>
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