[Eeglablist] Channel interpolation across different files for the same participant Inbox x

Makoto Miyakoshi mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu
Tue Jan 24 10:59:25 PST 2017

Dear Grusha,

To me the difference seems trivial as long as the number of interpolated
channels is small, and I vote for 'I interpolate it only for session 1'.
Don't worry about it.


On Sat, Jan 14, 2017 at 2:05 PM, Grusha Prasad <grusha.prasad at gmail.com>

> Hi!
> I am currently running a really long ERP experiment that requires me to
> collect data from participants across two different sessions. Within each
> session, I also have multiple recordings (for when the participant needed
> to take a break or use the bathroom). While analyzing the data, I want to
> average across all these recordings (from both the sessions). However, I
> was planning to pre-process the data, create individual .erp files and get
> the values for each file individually. Then I was going to average across
> these values in R at a later stage.
> Given this, I had a question: When I interpolate the channels, do the
> channels have to be consistent across all parts for both sessions? For
> instance, if I found that for a certain participant channels 1 and 2 were
> problematic in session 1 but not session 2, do I need to still interpolate
> the channels in session 2 also for consistency? Or can I interpolate it
> only for session 1?
> Thank you!
> Grusha.
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Makoto Miyakoshi
Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience
Institute for Neural Computation, University of California San Diego
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