[Mne_analysis] merge/combine events MNE Python
Lucy.MacGregor at mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk
Thu Feb 18 07:45:02 EST 2016
Many thanks for the reply and the pointer. This seems helpful to access different combinations of the events, but is it then possible to create multiple new epoch objects (condE and condF) which can be then saved together in a single evoked file along with the originals? Ideally I would have the event/condition averages for all conditions (new and old) in one file.
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Subject: Re: [Mne_analysis] merge/combine events MNE Python
It seems what you want to do is to use the hierarchical epochs selection. If you have an epochs object which contains condA, condB, condC and condD, you can get epochs of condE by simply using epochs['condA', 'condB']. Please take a look at the MNE reference API for the epochs object: http://martinos.org/mne/stable/generated/mne.Epochs.html#mne.Epochs (look at the Notes section). Does this solve your problem?
On Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 10:27 AM, Lucy MacGregor <Lucy.MacGregor at mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk<mailto:Lucy.MacGregor at mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk>> wrote:
Dear MNE Python users,
I would like to combine event codes to create a number of new events whilst retaining the originals. E.g.,
CondA = 11
CondB = 12
CondC = 13
CondD = 14
CondE = 11,12
CondF = 13,14
Is there a straightforward way to do this? I have seen this thread
Using mne.event.merge_events works fine when I was just creating one new event (as does the alternative method of combining events at the evoked stage) but I’m unsure of the most sensible way to proceed given I want to create multiple new events. I originally did this:
events=mne.event.merge_events(events, [11,12], 1112, replace_events=False)
events=mne.event.merge_events(events, [13,14], 1314 replace_events=False)
but then, because I’m not replacing events, I end up with multiple copies of all events (even those not included in the merge_events function) at a given sample point, which isn’t ideal.
As a new MNE Python user (I previously used MNE) I would be grateful for any advice as the best way to do this.
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