[Eeglablist] bad channels and average reference may be solved simultaneously by REST

Dezhong Yao dyao at uestc.edu.cn
Wed May 27 17:07:20 PDT 2015

Dear Brittany,
     In general physical sense, the best reference is (approximate) zero reference,  and now there is a free software (REST) to translate any physical reference based EEG to  zero reference.
 Meanwhile, this software also may recover the "bad" channel signal simultaneously.
    The details may be found at http://www.neuro.uestc.edu.cn/rest/ 
Best wishes		
Dezhong Yao  PhD
Cheung Kong Professor of Neuroengineering, Neuroimaging
E-mail: dyao at uestc.edu.cn
Fax: 86-28-83208238; Tel: 86-28-83201018
Director, Key Laboratory for NeuroInformation,  Ministry of Education, China
              International Joint Research Center for NeuroInformation, Ministry of Science and Technology, China 
Dean,      School of Life Science and Technology, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Sichuan,Chengdu 610054, China
Director,  Center for Information in BioMedicine, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
尧德中 电子科技大学 生命科学与技术学院/信息医学研究中心/神经信息教育部重点实验室/神经信息国际联合研究中心
发件人:Brittany Alperin
发送日期:2015-05-28 03:21:38
收件人:EEGLAB List
主题:[Eeglablist] bad channels and average reference


I'm wondering what the best procedure is for dealing with bad channels when
rereferencing to the average. For example, if while recording Fz is bad, do
I include Fz in the average reference? Alternatively, do people interpolate
bad channels before computing the average?

Any recommendations would be helpful,

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