[Eeglablist] Inquiry Regarding SIFT Group Analysis
parisasattar92 at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 7 03:12:39 PDT 2019
Thank you so very much for all of your invaluable assistance, I really appreciate you taking the time and sharing an article related to groupSIFT. I am really excited to review that invaluable information. Moreover, with reference to your email, I would like to have an access to the groupSIFT so that i will be able to perform group analysis on test data set. Please share the program.
I am looking forward for further assistance and will be in touch with you if needed.
From: eeglablist <eeglablist-bounces at sccn.ucsd.edu> on behalf of Makoto Miyakoshi <mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, August 7, 2019 5:07 AM
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Subject: Re: [Eeglablist] Inquiry Regarding SIFT Group Analysis
Thank you for your interest in groupSIFT.
The first publication using groupSIFT has just published a week ago or two.
In the Supplement sections, you can find more or less detailed descriptions
about the approach.
There is no dedicated technical paper published yet. The abovementioned
paper is the first application as a demonstration using a prototype.
Currently I limit the users to my immediate collaborators, because there
are some technical (and stupid) problems, such as it is currently only
confirmed to be compatible with Matlab 2013 etc. If you say you are fine
with that limitation, I would be happy to send the program with no
guarantee. Please let me know.
On Fri, Jul 26, 2019 at 9:18 AM Parisa Sattar <parisasattar92 at hotmail.com>
> I am currently using SIFT toolbox to process EEG test data. I have already
> implemented basic steps including pre-processing, model order selection,
> connectivity, statistics and visualization. Now, my aim is to perform group
> analysis of the two data sets which I have pre-processed independently.
> Also, the option for Group Analysis isn't functioning and I am unable to
> select "Casual Projection MPT." While looking for SIFT Group Analysis, I
> came across this piece of information (please find the link below):
> I came across information on Group SIFT Analysis SCCN page "This page is
> for test users of the group SIFT toolbox which is not available online
> yet." Could any one please confirm if the Group SIFT Analysis option is
> available to all users online? If yes, then how can I have the same GUI
> menu as explained in the tutorial. And if Group SIFT Analysis option is not
> available online to the users, which is the best possible way to perform
> group analysis of two or more different data sets.
> I am attaching screenshots of my current GUI SIFT menu and the GUI menu
> which I am after.
> Looking forward to your earnest reply.
> Parisa Sattar,
> Research Assistant,
> National Institute of Artificial Intelligence ,
> Neuro Computation Lab,
> NED University Of Engineering & Technology.
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