[FieldTrip] oscillations in the intracranial vs. EEG/MEG

Christos Papadelis Christos.Papadelis at cookchildrens.org
Tue Oct 1 14:05:46 CEST 2019

From a signal processing point of view, there are both signals....


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On Oct 1, 2019, at 6:09 AM, Daniel Sodan <daniel.sodan at gmail.com<mailto:daniel.sodan at gmail.com>> wrote:

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Dear list,

My question is not directly fieldtrip related, but I think that this might be a relevant forum:
I was told by a paper reviewer that the literature treat oscillations in the intracranial (e.g., human ECoG) vs. EEG/MEG data differently. Consequently, discussing the literature of the EEG in the context of the intracranial results is not too relevant.  I would say that the two main differences between two types of data: a) low sensitivity to high frequencies in the EEG/MEG; b) low spatial specificity in the EEG/MEG. But apart from that,  why these two types of data are or should be treated differently? If someone has relevant references on this theme, I will appreciate.

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