[FieldTrip] Nonparametric statistical testing of phase coherence
Eric Maris
e.maris at psych.ru.nl
Wed Apr 10 09:21:28 CEST 2013
Hi Ana,
Yes, this is correct.
Eric Maris
From: Ana Navarro Cebrian [mailto:sabato45 at hotmail.com]
Sent: dinsdag 9 april 2013 19:57
To: FieldTrip discussion list
Subject: Re: [FieldTrip] Nonparametric statistical testing of phase
coherence
Hi Maris,
thank you for your response.
I think my question wasn't clear. Let me rephrase it. I'd like to apply
the
montecarlo approach that you explain in Maris et al., because I have
two conditions (errors vs correct responses) with a huge difference in the
number
of trials. In this case, I understand that I have to apply the montercarlo
simulation
across trials to find out whether condition 1 is different from condition
2 independently
of their different number of trials.
If that's correct, my question is, do I get a p-value from this procedure?
If so, after performing the same analysis for each subject independently,
I'll end up with a p-value for each subject. Is that correct?
I'm sorry if I'm not understanding something basic.
I really appreciate your help.
Ana
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From: e.maris at psych.ru.nl
To: fieldtrip at science.ru.nl
Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2013 12:09:03 +0200
Subject: Re: [FieldTrip] Nonparametric statistical testing of phase
coherence
Hi Ana,
To compare coherence between conditions across subjects (instead of
trials), you need a different statfun: depsamplesT (for a within-subjects
design; subjects have participated in all conditions) or indepsamplesT
(for a between-subjects design; subjects have participated in only one
condition). Typically, this type of test is performed using power as the
dependent variable, but exactly the same test is used for comparing
coherence in a multiple-subject study. However, you will have to specify
the cfg.parameter field when calling ft_freqstatistics such that it points
to the data field that contains your coherence data (importantly, for a
given reference channel).
Good luck,
Eric Maris
From: Ana Navarro Cebrian [mailto:sabato45 at hotmail.com]
Sent: vrijdag 5 april 2013 23:56
To: fieldtrip at science.ru.nl
Subject: [FieldTrip] Nonparametric statistical testing of phase coherence
Hello everybody,
I'd like to use the test proposed in Maris et al., 2007 (that I believe is
implemented in statistics_montecarlo.m?).
I'm calculating the difference in phase coherence between two conditions.
The problem is that one condition has much less trials than the other, so
I imagine the Montecarlo simulation would need to be across trials, in
which case, I'd end up with a p-value for each individual subject, right?
I'm not sure then how to apply this across subjects. The Maris et al.
paper is very clear, but it only explains single subject analysis.
I hope that makes any sense. I appreciate any help.
Thanks,
Ana
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