[Eeglablist] question on FMRIB plugin to detect QRS events in ECG data
jane.aspell at anglia.ac.uk
Wed Oct 7 04:14:43 PDT 2015
I am trying to analyse some data to obtain a heartbeat evoked potential (HEP) and wondered if I could use the FMRIB plugin to detect heartbeat occurrences (QRS events) in my ECG channels. Has anyone used it for this purpose? I didn't record the EEG in a fMRI scanner so am only interested in the QRS detection part of the plugin. I wanted to know if the plugin is detecting the R-peak of the ECG or the Q- peak but can't find this information in the documentation and have been unable to contact the plugin's author.
I am also interested in people's experience of using ICA to remove cardiac field artefacts from EEG channels - has anyone found ICA to be effective for this purpose?
Many thanks for any help/tips/knowledge!
Dr Jane Aspell
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Science and Technology,
Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, CB1 1PT
Tel. 0845 196 2258 or 01223 698 258
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