[Eeglablist] ERSP p-value plot error
mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Tue May 5 10:12:53 PDT 2015
Sorry for delay. Could you file the issue to eeglab bugzilla?
I'll let Ramon know the issue too.
Do you think this is related to the Matlab versions? Chantelle is our
collaborator in UCLA. Could you help her please?
On Wed, Apr 29, 2015 at 2:48 PM, Kinzel, Chantelle C <
CKinzel at mednet.ucla.edu> wrote:
> I am receiving an error message (attached picture) and I am wondering if
> anyone has come across or has a solution to this issue?
> I created a simple Study design and precomputed in channel space for ERP
> and ERSPS. There is no issue when plotting ERP data or just the ERSP plots
> (without a p-value plot). However when plotting the ERSP data with the
> p-value plot I received the following EEGLAB error:
> EEGLAB error in function std_plottf() at line 301:
> Undefined function 'find' for input arguments of type
> I am unclear if this error message is trivial as the ERSP p-value plot
> seems to plot fine. However I am concerned this error may cause an issue I
> cannot see. I tried with Matlab 2015a and also Matlab 2014b and various
> versions of EEGLab (up until v13.4.4b)
> The datasets I have used for this test study design do have different
> channel orders although they have the same montage/ channel localization
> file imported. Is it possible this discrepancy could be a part of the
> problem? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!
> Chantelle Kinzel,
> Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, UCLA
> Center for the Assessment and Prevention of Prodromal States (CAPPS)
> Email: ckinzel at mednet.ucla.edu
> Phone: (425) 760-8669
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