[Eeglablist] Compare cohernece in maximum possible pairs in the form of topographic maps

Simon-Shlomo Poil poil.simonshlomo at gmail.com
Thu Apr 16 06:54:00 PDT 2015

Dear Lall Hussain,

You can compute coherence between all channel pair using the
Neurophysiological Biomarker Toolbox (NBT), see

Best wishes,

Simon-Shlomo Poil, Dr.
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The Neurophysiological Biomarker Toolbox (NBT): http://www.nbtwiki.net

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2015-04-15 10:37 GMT+02:00 Lall Hussain <lall_hussain2008 at live.com>:

> Hi!
> I 've computed Wavelt coherence on EEG data (64/128 Channel system) and
> also computed pairwise coherence in few pairs.
> As the number of channels are more and it is hard to compute coherence for
> all maximum possible pairs combinations by considering sagittal, lateral,
> hemispheric, local or global factors etc.
> Is there any tool available so that I may use it to compare cohernece in
> maximum possible pairs in the form of topographic maps?
> Regards,
> Lal Hussain
> PhD Scholar
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