[Eeglablist] Interpretind the data
mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Mon Aug 3 14:21:33 PDT 2015
> To be more precise, is there any eeglab resources (or other recommended
resources) for interpreting brain data such as *signals*
See Delorme et al. 2012 PLoS One 'independent components are dipolar'
> and it's relation to the psychological aspects such (happiness/sadness)?
We still don't have such an convenient tool. Well, some researchers may
claim it, but those are either highly dependent on experimental condition
or unreliable/suspicious. Therefore we should carefully design the
experiment to observe what we want to observe.
On Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 2:45 AM, Fernando Lavin <fernandolavin78 at gmail.com>
> Hi everyone,
> I found some steps for performing data preprocessing recommended by
> eeglab, but couldn't find any resource that interprets these data after the
> preprocessing stage.
> Therefore, my question:
> Generally, how to interpret the data (e.g., signals) of the brain after
> eeglab preprocessing phase? To be more precise, is there any eeglab
> resources (or other recommended resources) for interpreting brain data such
> as *signals*, and it's relation to the psychological aspects such
> Thanks for any suggestions.
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