[Mne_analysis] Trans file

Alexandre Gramfort alexandre.gramfort at telecom-paristech.fr
Wed Jun 29 04:38:11 EDT 2016
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hi Marina,

do you expect to do inverse modeling with a sphere model and a standard EEG

if so we currently have no streamlined pipeline to do this, although the
pieces are there.

can someone share a script and/or gives the steps to follow? I know that
or the MNE users don't have MRIs.


On Tue, Jun 28, 2016 at 8:03 PM, Saiz Alía, Marina <
marina.saiz-alia15 at imperial.ac.uk> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am trying to use MNE-Python for source reconstruction of EEG data but in
> a very rough way. That is, I have no MRI and no digitizer points! For the
> MRI, I wanted to use the fsaverage one, however, even if I know the
> standard location of my montage (let's say *standard_1020*) I did not
> find in any documentation a way to create a trans- file for EEG only from
> location of electrodes.
> Does anyone know about that? Should I manually give a relative position of
> LPA, RPA and nasion along with the montage? What function to use?
> Thanks,
> Marina
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