[Eeglablist] Average ERSP figure

Tarik S Bel-Bahar tarikbelbahar at gmail.com
Tue Apr 25 17:17:37 PDT 2017

Hello Nabi. quick notes below.

All figures are further modifiable directly via matlab after you plot them.
These can be done by directly editing the figure, or calling/changing parts
of the figure from command line. All those details about figures in matlab
are googlable. Every part of the plot is addressable, modifiable. For
example you can easily plot a new colorbar or modify the scale of the
existiing one.

Regarding log values in study plots of ersp, there should be a flag to
modify this, check in the documentation and code for
STUDY level ersp
and also for single-subject ersp. then try to figure out where you should
add the flag in your code.
If you haven't had a chance to yet, make sure to have thoroughly reviewed
the documentation for each function that STUDY is calling in your case.
It is also necessary, in case you haven't, to review information about
study level functions on the eeglab online wiki.

It is unlikely that this functionality (log or not log) is not already
built in. If you find it is not, you may make a request to developers.

In a worst case, only if you're matlab saavy, you could find the place in
the code where the values get logged before they get plotted, and modify
your version of that function. Alternatively, and easier, you can read up
on the functions, take the output of the ERSP computations, and plot them
yourself using eeglab plotting functions, or other matlab functions.

*as a general reminder, as it may not specifically apply to you, please be
sure to have run whatever functions you're trying to run with latest eeglab
and from the gui first (then reviewing output of eegh to review code that
eeglab ran). In most cases, if you're having problems, also try to show
that you can replicate these problems (or not) first with the eeglab
tutorial data.

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