[FieldTrip] fieldtrip Digest, Vol 49, Issue 19

Ivano Triggiani ivano_triggiani at yahoo.it
Sun Dec 21 11:33:08 CET 2014

 Dear Rajat,
maybe you can use the same method as the EOG removing. For instance you can record an ECG channel using on the two wrists as it was an EEG channel, and then you can use the ICA decomposition the remove such artifact (if it is present).



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  1. ECG recording (Rajat Thomas)


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Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2014 12:58:34 +0000
From: Rajat Thomas <r.thomas at nin.knaw.nl>
To: "fieldtrip at science.ru.nl" <fieldtrip at science.ru.nl>
Subject: [FieldTrip] ECG recording
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Dear FieldTrippers,

I have not been able to find a resource for ECG recording and removal in FieldTrip.

What is the best practise in terms of placing the electrodes (and how many) ? Left/Right


Also is there a standard pipeline to remove the ECG from these measurements?

Any pointers would be great.

Thank you.


Rajat Mani Thomas
Social Brain Lab
Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience
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