[Mne_analysis] Incomplete events list output from mne_process_raw?

Per Lysne plysne at mrn.org
Fri Sep 30 13:13:33 EDT 2011
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Sorry, my mistake. With multiple --eventsout options and including the
rejected files, the output is correct. Is there a way to avoid including the
rejected trials? Alternatively I would like to create an average EMF across
multiple events by specifying events 4,7, and 8 (but excluding 10) in the
average specification file.

Thanks again,


On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:56 AM, Matti Hamalainen
<msh at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu>wrote:

> Hello Per,
> If there is only one --eventsout option, the file will contain the events
> from the first raw data file. You need three --eventsout options,
> corresponding to the three raw data files. Did you take into account that
> the all events will be output, not just the ones passing the artifact
> rejection?
> - Matti
> On Sep 30, 2011, at 12:49 PM, Per Lysne wrote:
> Hello All,
>     I am trying to process an events list output from mne_process_raw
> (2.7.3) with the --eventsout option. I have three input --raw files and am
> creating a grand average using --gave. The number of events I expect to be
> present is correct in the grand average, as reflected by the terminal output
> from mne_process_raw, but this does not match the number present in the
> output events file. Nor is the number found in the events file simply the
> number in any single one of my --raw inputs. Has anyone else experienced
> this?
>     Thanks,
> Per Lysne
> MIND Research Network/University of New Mexico
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