[Eeglablist] Fwd: Combining several set files [SOLVED]

Harold Hodgins hodg4890 at mylaurier.ca
Thu Feb 23 16:05:56 PST 2017

Thanks Tarik,

That solved the problem. No sure how I missed the pop_mergeset function. It
does exactly what I need it to.

The only thing I had to change after was the set filename, filepath, and
fdt filename. If you use the GUI don't have to.

Harold Hodgins

On Thu, Feb 23, 2017 at 1:57 PM, Tarik S Bel-Bahar <tarikbelbahar at gmail.com>

> Hi Harold,  The concatenating you're doing via script may not meet
> eeglab's needs, assumptions, or checks. first thing one could try is to
> load the .set files manually via gui, which allows you to append loaded
> sets. Then confirm that all their info in the EEG.data is matching up.
> Then, via the GUI, attempt the merging of the sets, and review the
> resultant file and file info. If you don't get the same issue in the
> resultant file via this path, then use eegh to grab the code and use a
> variant of that in your script, try to make sure you're not missing any
> updating commands that eeglab needs. Alternatively, if replicable, it might
> something to drop into the bugzilla list (wherein something like this might
> already be listed).
> On Sat, Feb 18, 2017 at 6:25 PM, Harold Hodgins <hodg4890 at mylaurier.ca>
> wrote:
>> Good Evening,
>> I'm working on a MatLab script to combine several set files for one
>> subject into a new set file for further analysis.
>> The original set files have already been filtering, corrected, and
>> epoched. The only major difference between them is the number of epochs
>> since some were rejected due to things like the subjected blinking.
>> When I tried plotting the new data set I noticed that the new data wasn't
>> displayed the same as the old data.
>> Specifically the epoch data for the original set had markers at each
>> event but the new data I added on didn't.
>> Also the data with markers that's displayed doesn't line up doesn't seem
>> to be for the correct set.
>> The screenshots can be found at https://www.dropbox.com/s/4
>> cqub9pl2k78cuh/combiningseveralsetfiles.zip?dl=0 and below is the the
>> MatLab code I tried
>> clear;
>> ALLEEG = pop_loadset('filename',{'411RCC.set','424RCC.set','425RCC.se
>> t'},'filepath','C:\\Users\\hodg4890\\data\\4\\');
>> new_set = ALLEEG(1);
>> new_set.datfile = 'newRCC.fdt';
>> new_set.saved = 'no';
>> new_set.setname = 'newRCC.set';
>> new_set.filename = 'newRCC.set';
>> new_set.data = cat(3,ALLEEG.data);
>> new_set.trials = size(new_set.data,3);
>> new_set.event = cat(2,ALLEEG.event);
>> new_set.epoch = cat(2,ALLEEG.epoch);
>> for i=1:new_set.trials
>> new_set.epoch(i).event = i;
>> new_set.event(i).epoch = i;
>> end
>> pop_eegplot(new_set);
>> pop_eegplot( ALLEEG(1) );
>> Sincerely,
>> Harold Hodgins
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