[FieldTrip] Question about wavelet analysis
jan.schoffelen at donders.ru.nl
Fri Jan 14 09:48:13 CET 2011
> 1. Just wanted to make sure:
> When I use [res] = ft_freqanalysis(cfg,data) with data that have
> several trials - and I define cfg.keeptrials = 'yes';
> I get an analysis for each trial in [res]. Then I use
> ft_multiplotTFR(cfg,res) with cfg.trials = 'all';
> The result is an average on the wavelet result of all trials? (and
> not a wavelet on the averaged signal of all trials)
Yes, ft_multiplotTFR computes an average spectrogram over observations/
> 2. Is there a way for me to see the wavelet analysis result of each
> trial and to browse easily between them?
> rather than calling ft_multiplotTFR(cfg,res) each time with
> cfg.trials = i ; where i is the desired trial number?
At the moment, no. I never really thought of looking at single trial
multiplots but I can imagine the need for this functionality.
Your workaround indeed works, but may be a bit tedioius.
> 3. How can I use other mother wavelet? (and not just Morlet wavelets)
What kind of wavelet would you like to use? If the wavelet consists of
a tapered cosine/sine wave in which the Gaussian taper will be
replaced by something else, you could use cfg.method = 'mtmconvol'.
This is an efficient implementation of a wavelet-like analysis, where
there is some freedom to define your own taper. At present this relies
on matlab's window-function (or on the slepian sequences; different
story), so the different tapers are limited to those available in
matlab. However, it is relatively straightforward to tap into the code
here, and provide your own taper. A dangerous, but possible option is
to temporarily overload the matlab window-function with your own,
spitting out the requested taper.
> 4. How can I control the colormap min and max values so that they
> will be similar in all figures? (like doing imagesc(pic,clim))?
I guess cfg.zlim should do the trick.
> Thank you very much
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Dr. J.M. (Jan-Mathijs) Schoffelen
Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour,
Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging,
Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
J.Schoffelen at donders.ru.nl
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