[FieldTrip] Fourier coefficients across tapers
e.spaak at donders.ru.nl
Thu Sep 19 09:32:26 CEST 2019
> It would be wrong to average across the tappers the Fourier coefficients?
> Otherwise, it would be ok to average across the tapers the values that result from computing, for instance, coherence ? It that sensitive?
> I mean, do the first 15 columns correspond to the Fourier coefficients that result from applying the 15 tapers to the first trial?
>From the top of my head: yes. There is also the 'cumtapcnt' field,
which I think reflects the number of tapers applied per trial.
Finally, you might want to have a look at ft_connectivityanalysis,
which does all of this bookkeeping for you. Alternatively, if you
still conclude it's more convenient to work in custom code, you could
have a look at low-level FT code for inspiration. E.g. ft_checkdata
subfunction fixcsd, which converts from univariate fourierspctrm to
bivariate cross-spectral density
which computes coherence from cross-spectral density. Note that the
interprets the leading dimension simply as "repetitions" (i.e. you can
average across trials and tapers in one go).
> I would really appreciate some directions here,
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