[FieldTrip] Lost reference location

Diego Lozano-Soldevilla dlozanosoldevilla at gmail.com
Wed Sep 21 14:54:48 CEST 2016

Dear Casper,
Very difficult...
One idea would be to play with the data rank. Referencing to a specific
sensor produces rank deficiency in your data. You can try to figure out
which is the sensor that depends on the rest reading this thread:
This ONLY can work if the sensor recordings are not correlated which is not
always the case...
Good luck!

On 21 September 2016 at 14:24, Casper van Heck <c.vanheck at donders.ru.nl>

> Dear all,
> We've recently started working on an old dataset, but have ran into a
> problem; nobody bothered to write down where the reference was placed...
> Does anybody have ideas on how to reconstruct the location of the
> reference, based on (some aspect of) the data?
> Best regards,
> Casper van Heck and Tineke van Rijn
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