[Eeglablist] comparing conditions

Ahmad, Jumana jumana.ahmad at kcl.ac.uk
Tue Jan 17 01:59:14 PST 2017

Dear EEGlab,
It says on the website that to compare event-related EEG dynamics for a subject in two or more conditions from the same experiment, it is first necessary to create datasets containing epochs for each condition. Is this still the case or can I keep all my conditions in one file?
Is the same true for study? If I can keep one file, please can you advice me on how I can load the data using one file? The tutorial shows loading separate files per condition. I would happily use code to do this.
Best wishes,

Jumana Ahmad
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