[Eeglablist] EEGLAB ASR Question

Johnson, John T. john.johnson at gatech.edu
Fri Mar 15 08:41:52 PDT 2019

The best bet is to use -1 to disable any condition that should be disabled. This will make the output of eegh() make sense, and let you paste the command into your code. The events and epochs that are deleted should be reproducible across runs too.


On 14 Mar 2019, at 12:12, Alterman, Bennett L wrote:

If using the GUI for ASR, using -1 to turn off an input field yields the loss of event markers (and eventually epochs), but writing off in the fields does not result in this loss. When using eegh to get the code, it returns a line that uses off, but the code does not run unless 'off' is used. However, while manually running ASR in the GUI does not result in the loss of events, running ASR from code does (and -1 vs. 'off' yield different numbers of events lost). Is there any way to resolve this issue?

Bennett Alterman, M.S.

Ph.D. Student, Cognitive Motor Control Laboratory
School of Biological Sciences
Georgia Institute of Technology
bennett.alterman at gatech.edu
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John T. Johnson
PhD Candidate - Cognitive Motor Control Laboratory
Lab TA NEURO 2001 Principles
School of Biological Sciences
Georgia Institute of Technology

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