[Mne_analysis] Phase Lag Index connectivity using single epoch
Sarang S. Dalal
sarang at cfin.au.dk
Mon Feb 12 05:29:49 EST 2018
The PLI requires multiple epochs/trials to give a meaningful result, since it essentially measures the variability of phase differences across trials. By definition, a single epoch has no variability so this explains your result. If you only have a single epoch, then measures like the PLI are not appropriate. (I can't look it up right now, but most likely Figure 6 did indeed show a result from several epochs.)
On Feb 12, 2018 11:10, dae kook do <eornrsayclub at gmail.com> wrote:
I have a problem about PLI.
I saw a paper(Phase lag index: Assessment of functional connectivity from multi channel EEG and MEG with diminished bias from common sources (Hum Brain Mapp 2007)
) about PLI in MNE example (Compute all-to-all connectivity in sensor space)
In this paper, PLI is checked by each montages (Figure 6, Influence of reference)
When I read that, I think Figure 6 is calculated by each epochs.
I tried to calculate PLI using spectral_connectivity with single epoch.
But, results just return same value "1".
How to calculate PLI using single epoch?
Or is Figure 6 calculated by several epochs?
I add my result.
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