[FieldTrip] subplot clusterplot
fannyquandt at gmail.com
Wed May 2 13:19:23 CEST 2012
it worked out well and I now got plots that are actually readable.
Am 01.05.2012 um 15:15 schrieb Stephen Politzer-Ahles:
> With ft_topoplotER, you can plot the average activation over a time interval rather than activation at a single point, using cfg.xlim; this apparently is not possible with ft_clusterplot (although I haven't used clusterplot recently). And the functionality of ft_clusterplot can be replicated by using cfg.highlightchannel. There is an example at http://fieldtrip.fcdonders.nl/tutorial/cluster_permutation_timelock#plotting_the_results (I can also send you my script, which is based on that), although it's for time-locked ERPs; I'm not sure if things will work differently for time-frequency data.
> Steve Politzer-Ahles
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> Date: Tue, 1 May 2012 10:09:49 +0200
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> I am performing a monte-carlo cluster statistic, comparing a 200 ms activation period and a baseline of a spectrogram.
> I get positive and negative clusters which are significant, and would like to plot them using ft_clusterplot.
> However, the function gives me 7 subplot (for 7 timepoints) , all so small that one is barely able to identify the highlighted channels.
> Therefore, I would either like to only plot 1 big topoplot or arrange the subplots differently. Is there a way to plot only one timepoint?
> I would appreciate any help,
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