[FieldTrip] Cluster analysis on correlation statistics

Dr C A Brown cb802 at cam.ac.uk
Sat Dec 6 12:33:42 CET 2014

Hello again,

Just to clarify my last email: I'm referring to correlation between either single trial data within subject, or averaged ERPs across subjects, with a behavioral variable. Not linear regression across conditions as is already implemented in the ft_statfun_depsamplesregrT function.

Many thanks

Dr Christopher Brown
Research Associate

Sent from a mobile device, please excuse my brevity.

----- Reply message -----
From: "Christopher Brown" <cb802 at cam.ac.uk>
To: <fieldtrip at science.ru.nl>
Subject: Cluster analysis on correlation statistics
Date: Sat, Dec 6, 2014 07:49

Dear all
I would like to use the cluster analysis functions in Fieldtrip on correlation statistics. I note there has been some discussion about this on this list in the past but I haven't come across the necessary ft_statfun_corr function to allow this analysis. It would be great if somebody has this code and could share it with me; otherwise, I will embark on writing it myself and sharing my results with everyone for feedback. Being new to Fieldtrip I would greatly appreciate any collaborative help with this. May I check my understanding on something before getting started: To allow for multiple comparisons correction using monte carlo for example, as part of a cluster analysis, I presume the output of the function must be t values rather than correlation coefficients? Any other hints as to how to write this are most welcome.
Kind regards
Dr Christopher Brown 
Research Associate | CamPain Group | Division of Anaesthesia | School of Clinical Medicine | University of Cambridge 
Box 93 Addenbrooke's Hospital Hills Road Cambridge CB2 0QQ 01223 256 995
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