[Eeglablist] time-freuency transform doesn't show all the time interval

Tarik S Bel-Bahar tarikbelbahar at gmail.com
Fri Mar 6 21:23:53 PST 2015

Hello Shahar, I hope this helps, cheers!
This is likely due to a property of how time-frequency is computed.
You can read more about this in Mike Cohen's book on time-frequency.
Searching through previous eeglablist posts can help you.
I tried typing the following into google
"eeglablist time-frequency windows cut off"
The first resulting link seems directly related to your question:

On Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 4:39 AM, shahar <shahars10 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm trying to display a time-freuency transform. The epoch's time interval
> should be [0 14.5] sec, but the begining and the end of the epoch's time
> are truncated. The same problem occures when I use the time-frequency
> transforms in the EEGLAB, and also when I use the command newtimef. Anyone
> has an idea how to fix this problem ?
> You can view the resulted chart in the following link:
> http://dc673.4shared.com/download/RVO09duUba/spectrogram.jpg?lgfp=3000
> Thank you,
> Shahar
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