[Eeglablist] bad channels and average reference

Simon-Shlomo Poil poil.simonshlomo at gmail.com
Thu May 28 05:57:25 PDT 2015

Dear Brittany,

You can exclude bad channels in the reference function in EEGLAB.
Alternatively you can also use the "Average reference (excluding bad
channels) function in the NBT toolbox (a plugin to EEGLAB) see,

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2015-05-27 20:36 GMT+02:00 Brittany Alperin <balperin07 at gmail.com>:

> Hello
> 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,
> Brittany
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