[Eeglablist] Issues with ICA
mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Mon Aug 3 14:51:47 PDT 2015
> -Does the colour means that the algorithm able to handle the data? If
yes, then what algorithm colour reflects that the algorithm working with
Just use infomax. If you want to know, read Delorme et al. 2012 PLoS One.
> Then small window asked me to "Press button to interrupt runica ()".
After doing so, I got the following error message:
(Error occurred in function reunica () at line 840).
Anyone has idea about solving this matter?
Well, you pressed the stop button and the ica stopped. If you don't want to
interrupt the process, don't press the button.
On Sat, Aug 1, 2015 at 8:51 AM, 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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