Help with dipolesimulation
j.schoffelen at PSY.GLA.AC.UK
Sun Apr 19 15:15:30 CEST 2009
I guess that the desired functionality is already there, the only
thing which you have to do is specifying your input configuration
The most relevant line is line 215, which states (more or less) trial
= lf * dipmom * dipsignal;
lf contains the leadfield (forward model) for the dipoles at the
positions in cfg.dip.pos, and has dimensionality Nchan x (Ndipolex3),
so it is a concatenation (in the columns) of the single position's
dipsignal is an NdipolexNtime matrix containing the dipoles' time
For the matrix product to work, dipmom should be of dimensionaity
(Ndipolex3)xNdipole (right?). This is the key to the solution to your
cfg.dip.mom should be something like [orix1 0;oriy1 0; oriz1 0;0
orix2;0 oriy2;0 oriz2], with ori(xyz)(1/2) specifying the moments of
I hope this helps,
On Apr 18, 2009, at 12:20 PM, Luis Morán wrote:
> Hi dear Fieldtrippers!!
> I'm trying to make a dipolesimulation with two dipoles. I need to
> use different frequencies and phases for each dipole and I don't
> know very well how to modify the dipolesimulation function.
> Any advice?
> Thanks in advance
> Best regards
> Luis Morán Rodríguez
> Bioengineering Group
> Universidad Politecnica Madrid
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