[Mne_analysis] block parameter in epoch_plot doesn't work as intended
alexandre.gramfort at telecom-paristech.fr
Thu Feb 18 05:12:58 EST 2016
can you post an issue on github so we keep track of the potential bug
and its solution?
On Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 11:09 AM, Lau Møller Andersen
<lau.andersen at cnru.dk> wrote:
> Dear Developers
> The block argument in plot_epochs doesn't work as intended. It keeps
> evaluating the code, and thus, in this particular code (see below), the
> saved output is the same as the input. I am using mne version 0.11.0 and
> running from Spyder in an Anaconda-environment.
> # MANUALLY CLEAN EPOCHS
> epochses = 
> for i in range(len(positions)):
> input_file = './3_epochs/' + positions[i] + '_eog_auto_cleaned-epo.fif'
> epochs = mne.read_epochs(input_file)
> mne.epochs.plot_epochs(epochs, picks=, block=True) ## only MISC010
> output_file = './4_cleaned_epochs/' + positions[i] + \
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