[FieldTrip] ft_sourceanalysis with keeptrials='yes'
Joram van Driel
joramvandriel at gmail.com
Mon Oct 13 17:51:21 CEST 2014
NB: cfg.keeptrials='yes'; is also handy, because this ensures the trial
info matrix is left into the output structure, so you can do, e.g.,
correlations between the single-trial power and the RT of each trial, or
some other trial-varying variable.
On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 5:49 PM, Joram van Driel <joramvandriel at gmail.com>
> Dear Kaelasha,
> I bumped into this as well, and apparently you need *cfg.rawtrial='yes';*
> Good luck,
> On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 5:16 PM, Kaelasha Tyler <ktyler at swin.edu.au>
>> Hi all,
>> In calling ft_sourceanalysis with cfg.keeptrials='yes', I have been
>> hoping to end up with a source file with both averaged and individual
>> trials in source space, much as can be done with time locking in sensor
>> However, my resulting source file only ever has avg data, regardless of
>> what I tweak.
>> Does anyone know what I may be doing wrong, or how I could possibly use
>> beamformer with lcmv method and keep individual trials at source space grid
>> Thanks in advance!
>> Kaelasha Tyler
>> fieldtrip mailing list
>> fieldtrip at donders.ru.nl
> Joram van Driel, MSc.
> PhD student @ University of Amsterdam
> Brain & Cognition @ Department of Psychology
Joram van Driel, MSc.
PhD student @ University of Amsterdam
Brain & Cognition @ Department of Psychology
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