[Eeglablist] Head model for effective connectivity analysis on EEG data

Arnaud Delorme arno at ucsd.edu
Wed Apr 10 17:35:18 PDT 2019

Dear Muhammad,

For channels, you may use ERPwavelab where there is a function that allows to show 2-D connection between channels http://www.erpwavelab.org/. I also have made a similar function myself with curved connection which is not public (but I can share it with you).

For 3-D plotting, there is a Matlab software for plotting connection in 3-D https://www.nitrc.org/projects/econnectome/. I am not sure the functions are reusable though. There is also the brainmovie3d function of SIFT although this is more to show connectivity between brain source than between channels https://sccn.ucsd.edu/wiki/SIFT

Hope this helps,


> On Apr 9, 2019, at 7:27 AM, M Abul Hassan <abulhassan85 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Dear EEGLAB users,
> We are working on the connectivity analysis using Partial Directed Coherence(PDC) and Directed Transfer Function(DTF). We are now getting numerical values (say 10*10 matrix for a 10 channel EEG recording). Currently, we use a kind of graph model to show connections and directions (with arrows). We are interested to show our effective connectivity results using a head model but are not able to do. Can anyone please share a matlab or python toolbox or code to present our effective connectivity results on head model?
>  Looking forward to your positive response.
> Thanks in Advance.
> Best RegardsMuhammad Abul Hasan
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