[Eeglablist] Residual drift following High-pass 0.1

Baker, Joshua joshua.baker at ntu.ac.uk
Tue Sep 15 07:54:12 PDT 2015


Dear EEGers


Following high-pass filtering (0.1 Hz) of my EEG data there still appears to be some residual drift. Please see below screenshot. Any ideas as to what could be the cause of this? I have played around with different high pass parameters however the drift still persists!


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Thanks,


Joshua Baker

NTU Psychology


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