[FieldTrip] Antw: indepsamplesF vs depsamplesF
Gregor.Volberg at psychologie.uni-regensburg.de
Thu Feb 17 20:48:02 CET 2011
technically, this should not be a problem. You find the available statistics functions in the /statfun directory of your fieldtrip folder (the functions have self-explaining names). The functioin you need can be specified with cfg.statistic = 'indepsamplesF'. Mind that you also need to modify the cfg.design accordingly, with three categories instead of two.
Dr. rer. nat. Gregor Volberg <gregor.volberg at psychologie.uni-regensburg.de> ( mailto:gregor.volberg at psychologie.uni-regensburg.de )
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>>> Frederic Roux 17.02.11 17.08 Uhr >>>
Dear fieldtrip users,
in the fieldtrip-tutorial about how to compute cluster-based permutation tests for time frequency data
I read that one should use the indepsamplesT statistic for between trials experiments at the single subject level
and the depsamplesT statistic for within trial experiments at the single subject level.
I would like to compute an F-test at the single subject level to test
between trials effects between 3 conditions, and I was wondering if in
analogy to the
t-test, I could also use the indepsamplesF statistic?
Any help on this question would be greatly appreciated.
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