[FieldTrip] Granger causality

Diego Lozano-Soldevilla dlozanosoldevilla at gmail.com
Wed Aug 29 14:52:04 CEST 2018

Hi Eric,
I'll be relevant to you to know first how fieldtrip deals with plexon data:
This tutorial shows you how to read spikes and LFPs and cut them into
epochs for latter processing:
I recommend you take a look to the following tutorial paper about Granger
causality (and other state of the art connectivity measures)
You'll find the matlab code kindly supplied by the authors to reproduce all
the figures: you can explore it and try to adapt it to your reseach
I hope that helps,

On Wed, 29 Aug 2018 at 14:35, Eric Gabriel <
ericgabriel.rodrigues at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi, my name is Eric Rodrigues
> I am a Master's student in Neuroengineering at the Santos Dumont Institute
> in Brazil.
> I am studying about Granger causality and I have some doubts that I could
> not heal for the documentation of the site.
> I am basically analyzing the local field potentials of 64 channels
> recorded in rats in 4 regions of the brain to infer causal relationships.
> The experiment is a tactile discrimination task.
> My question is how to create the data windows according to the events that
> occur in the experiment. The data was registered in Plexon and has
> extension ".plx"
> Thanks in advance.
> *Eric Gabriel Oliveira Rodrigues*
> *Engenheiro Civil - CREA: 2116637597 - RN*
> * Mestrando em Neuroengenharia Edmond and Lily Safra International
> Institute of Neuroscience Macaiba, RN - Brazil. *
> *(84) 99627-5378*
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