Preproc - thresholding negative z-scores too?
a.maye at UKE.DE
Tue Oct 28 14:14:08 CET 2008
Dear Jan-Mathijs and All!
Thank you for the quick response. Hilbert indeed flips my eye blinks towards positive
z-values - at the cost of reduced discriminability. That is to say that the amplitude of the
z-score of the eye blink is twice as high without Hilbert (but in the "wrong" direction). Apart
from that I still would like to know the rationale behind considering deviations of the z-value
towards +Inf as artifacts, while those towards -Inf not. This is the same concern as in
#Item001386 of this list exactly one year ago. Any opinions?
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