[FieldTrip] calculating behavioural-power correlation
Stolk, A. (Arjen)
a.stolk at donders.ru.nl
Tue Feb 17 10:18:13 CET 2015
Have a look at the help of ft_statfun_correlationT, which might be the function you're looking for. This function calculates correlations between two variables (e.g. subjects' behaviors and brain activities) and converts the resulting correlation coefficients to t-statistics.
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Radboud University Nijmegen
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Subject: [FieldTrip] calculating behavioural-power correlation
I read on the "walkthrough" that it is possible to calculate behavioural-power correlation across subjects. However, I was not sure what type of descriptive statistics (i.e. cfg.statistics) I should use when performing correlation cluster statistics.
Would someone please enlighten me which type of statistics I should input for cfg.statistics?
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