[FieldTrip] where is the inverse operator?

Elena Orekhova Elena.Orekhova at neuro.gu.se
Tue May 15 11:18:07 CEST 2012

Thank you!

I have dot  source.avg.filter variable as an output.

I guess that the inverse operator should have size of
N-sources x M-channels  and that it should be the same for all the time points.  Am I correct?

The structural variable source.avg.filter, however,  contains 3xNchannels data for each of N-sources. What is it? Are there different inverse operators for different time points?

From: fieldtrip-bounces at donders.ru.nl [fieldtrip-bounces at donders.ru.nl] on behalf of jan-mathijs schoffelen [jan.schoffelen at donders.ru.nl]
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Hi Elena,

You can specify cfg.mne.keepfilter = 'yes'.



On May 14, 2012, at 11:37 PM, Elena Orekhova wrote:

Dear Fieldtrip Developers,

I have one more question.  I try to calculate dSPM values following formula by Dale et al (2000).  For this I need the inverse operator.  I have not found it in the output of the ft_sourceanalysis function. Where can it be found?

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