[FieldTrip] Generating EEG

parham hashemzadeh ph442 at cam.ac.uk
Mon Jun 20 12:53:46 CEST 2016

Hi Pooneh
  No it can not generate synthetic data. You will have to define either a 
set of dipoles or simply define a source function. You will then need to 
compute the forward problem (BEM) for the defined sources and the given 
head model. That will then become your raw Syhthetic data.
After that, you will need to reconstruct using your generated data. 
Please note that in order to not commit the inverse error (also known as 
inverse crime), make sure that you reconstruct on a different mesh.
best of luck
parham hashemzadeh
Senior Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, UK.

On 2016-06-20 08:03, pooneh baniasad wrote:
> Dear community,
> My name is Pouneh Baniasad and I am working on my master thesis in
> Tehran University of Medical Sciences. I'm trying to generate EEG
> signal without using any raw data. Actually I want to completely
> simulating EEG. My question is can Fieldtrip simulate EEG signal? If
> the answer is yes, what's the procedure? Is it using dipole model or
> anything e--
> Bests
> Pouneh Baniasad
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best regards
Parham Hashemzadeh
Research Associate
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
University of Cambridge, UK.
email: hashemzadeh at damtp.cam.ac.uk

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