[Eeglablist] STUDY - Statistics details from commandline or Exporting data to SPSS

Yuri Max yurimax.atf at gmail.com
Wed Apr 26 05:42:43 PDT 2017

Hello dears,

I've many questions about same theme.

1. There is a way to get the F value of ANOVA from commandline?
2. There is a way to discover the channel(s) with most significant p value
from command line, instead of inspect the graphic of each channel?
3. Could be possible (and easier) export data to a spreadsheet to process
statistics in other software like SPSS?

Thanks for helping.

Yuri Max
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