[Eeglablist] Rejection of continuous data
Hiebel, Hannah (email@example.com)
hannah.hiebel at uni-graz.at
Mon Dec 14 02:53:01 PST 2015
I have a question regarding the rejection of continuous EEG data. As I'm quite new to EEGLAB I apologize in advance if I've missed any information explaining the issue.
When rejecting portions of the continuous data (either visually or using eeg_eegrej), event latencies are updated but event durations appear to remain unchanged. As a consequence, when calculating event offsets based on (onset) latencies and durations, the results are no longer correct (the end point of an event doesn't correspond to the correct sample point in the pruned dataset).
Shouldn't the durations be updated in case a portion was removed which was "part" of an ongoing event?
Is there any reason not do to do so or any additional option/command I'm not familiar with?
Thanks in advance!
Hannah Hiebel, Mag.rer.nat.
Cognitive Psychology & Neuroscience
Department of Psychology, University of Graz
Universitätsplatz 2, 8010 Graz, Austria
Tel.: +43 (0)316 380-5080
email: hannah.hiebel at uni-graz.at
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