[FieldTrip] Question: is there an interactive butterfly layout ?

Robert Oostenveld r.oostenveld at donders.ru.nl
Thu Jul 7 18:07:13 CEST 2011

Dear Inbal,

You may want to check the cfg.interactive='yes' option in  
ft_multiplotER, which allows you to make a selection of channels and  
time for creating a topoplot. Just switch it on and click/drag with  
your mouse in the figure. It does not solve all your questions, but it  
does do "3".


On 5 Jul 2011, at 12:40, Inbal Lots wrote:

> Hello
> I am using ft_multiplotER to display the 'butterfly' of the MEG data  
> after it was decimated and averaged.
> I would like to do several things:
> 1) to have the axes legends and values on the figure I get (I get  
> only a plot with not text at all on the axes)
> 2) to add a title (not by doing it with matlab title('XXX'))
> 3) to be able to select a component (i.e. a relevant  time piece )  
> and to see it's field on the head layout (i.e.cfg.layout='4D248.lay';)
> The code I am using, after  decimation and averaging , is:
> cfg=[];
> cfg.interactive='yes';
> cfg.showlabels='yes';
> cfg.fontsize=14;
> % cfg.layout='4D248.lay';
> cfg.layout ='butterfly';
> ft_multiplotER(cfg,AvrDATA);
> Is it possible?
> Thank you very much for your help
> Inbal
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