[Eeglablist] ICA, re-referencing, interpolation

Ahmad, Jumana jumana.ahmad at kcl.ac.uk
Wed Jan 4 09:06:52 PST 2017

Dear EEGLab,

I do not include noisy channels in ICA which I only do to remove eye related components, and specifically want to interpolate then after ICA for rank reasons. I have now done this to over 100 datasets.
However, once I interpolate and then re-reference my data to the average, I get the error: Error: some channels not used for ICA decomposition are used for rereferencing
       the ICA decomposition has been removed

However, I purposefully wanted to interpolate these after ICA, and then use them for the average.
Is my eye-blink removal via ICA now affected and undone?
I would appreciate any advice.
Best wishes,

Jumana Ahmad
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