[Eeglablist] Trial by trial bad channel rejection
mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Tue Nov 24 15:44:58 PST 2015
If you haven't heard from anyone yet...
If you are asking automated method for the suggested combination of
criteria, there is no such thing available with current EEGLAB.
If you want to identify and interpolate bad channels, try Nima
On Tue, Oct 13, 2015 at 10:45 PM, Varghese Peter <
V.Peter at westernsydney.edu.au> wrote:
> Dear EEGlab community,
> I am working with 128 channel EEG data collected from infants between 1-2
> years of age. Since there are lot of movement related artifacts, there are
> no consistent bad channels. But there are many bad trials using ±100 µVcriterion.
> I want to do the rejection as follows: if a trial has more than 20 channels
> exceeding ±100 µV amplitude, reject the trial altogether. If there are
> less than 20 channels exceeding ±100 µV, interpolate them. This needs to be
> done on a trial by trial basis. I was wondering whether this is possible in
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