[Eeglablist] Issues with ICA
spa268 at nyu.edu
Sat Aug 1 11:13:36 PDT 2015
I'm not sure about the first question. But as regards your second question:
just don't press the button and you should be fine. (You only have to press
it if you want to stop ICA in the middle---for example if you know it's
going to take hours and slow down your computer but suddenly you really
urgently need to watch a funny cat video or something, I don't know, I've
never actually pressed it!)
New York University, Abu Dhabi
Neuroscience of Language Lab
On Sat, Aug 1, 2015 at 7:51 PM, Edward Wiskers <edwardwiskers at gmail.com>
> Hi everyone,
> I have the following issue:
> Fist of all, in the "Run ICA decomposition" window (that is related from
> "Run ICA" option), there are some algorithms, e.g., binica. I observed that
> some of those algorithms are gray, while others are blue. Thus, my question:
> -Does the colour means that the algorithm able to handle the data? If yes,
> then what algorithm colour reflects that the algorithm working with
> particular data?
> My second issue is related to using ICA itself; in order to be able using
> "Reject data using ICA", I have to activate "Run ICA" first. Thus, after
> selecting "Run ICA", in the popup window "Run ICA decomposition", I
> selected the "binica" algorithm since runica algorithm has gray colour.
> After that, I selected several chanel from the "channels" button. Then
> small window asked me to "Press button to interrupt runica ()". After doing
> so, I got the following error message:
> USER ABORT
> (Error occurred in function reunica () at line 840).
> Anyone has idea about solving this matter?
> NB: I had same error message with choosing runica algorithm on the same
> Kind regards,
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