[Eeglablist] Using both cleanline and notch filter in study

Tarik S Bel-Bahar tarikbelbahar at gmail.com
Fri Mar 3 12:31:53 PST 2017

Hello Eric,

It's probably better if you use one or the other for all files.
I had a similar experience with cleanline, where things did not work
perfectly, or not for some files.
However I was not able to get to final working solution. Please consider
sharing your current and future cleanline settings.
See past notes in eeglablist on cleanline, though I don't think there have
been clear solutions noted.

Some people swear by cleanline because it does often give great results, so
I recommend you play with it's settings a bit more too, and consider
contacting Tim Mullen the developer with more nuanced questions.

Check out also if you haven't, the PREP preprocessing, and the ASR method
within it, which also comes as an eeglab plugin.

On Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 5:53 PM, Eric HG <erichg2013 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> Does anyone know if there are any problems using both cleanline and notch
> filter in a study? For example, using cleanline for all where it works and
> using notch filter for those subjects where it failed to work due to too
> much noise and a wider range (like 55-65 Hz).
> Thanks a lot in advance.
> Best,
> Eric
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