cluster statistic on one sample
ali.mazaheri at FCDONDERS.RU.NL
Fri Oct 17 16:57:09 CEST 2008
Why not just create a zero matrices with a 14 x 275 dimension
and do a dependent samples test between
your regresion weights and the zero matrices ?
Hope this helps !
----- Original Message -----
From: Floris de Lange <florisdelange at GMAIL.COM>
Date: Friday, October 17, 2008 4:44 pm
Subject: [FIELDTRIP] cluster statistic on one sample
> Dear Fieldtrippers,
> I have a question about statistical analysis on the sensor level.
> I would like to make use of the cluster size thresholding of the
> clusterrand routine in Fieldtrip. Unfortunately, in the current
> wrapper, it seems there is no option for a one-sample T-test? There is
> an activation-baseline test, and a (in)dependent samples test between
> two conditions, but what I want to do is simply test whether a 14
> (subjects) x 275 (channels) matrix is different from zero, taking into
> account the spatial relations between adjacent sensors. (The data
> points are regression weights from a multiple-regression analysis, so
> there's no easy way to split it into two parts.)
> I assume this should be easy to tweak, but I couldn't come up with any
> smart ideas how to do it.
> Anyone any ideas?
> Thanks in advance!
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