[FieldTrip] Automatic artifact detection (no rejection)

Stephen Politzer-Ahles stephen.politzer-ahles at ling-phil.ox.ac.uk
Fri Jul 1 12:25:59 CEST 2016

Hi Robin,

Rather than deselecting certain trials, it sounds like what you'd want to
do is just not mark a trial 'bad' at all if the artifact is outside your
time window of interest. For this, I think negative trial-padding (
should be able to do what you need.


Stephen Politzer-Ahles
University of Oxford
Language and Brain Lab
Faculty of Linguistics, Phonetics & Philology

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> Hi all,
> I want to use automatic artifact detection to easily find the trials where
> range-thresholds may be exceeded. However, because the segments are a
> little larger than the time of interest (for baseline correction a.o.), I
> do not always want to remove all the trials where the threshold is
> exceeded. Is there a way to deselect the automatically detected artifacts?
> Best,
> Robin Kramer

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