[Mne_analysis] Receiving accurate number of events

Brunner, Clemens (clemens.brunner@uni-graz.at) clemens.brunner at uni-graz.at
Fri Jul 20 11:44:16 EDT 2018
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did you follow the advice in my previous mail? It all depends on what exactly you send, so the best way to determine the parameters is to inspect the actual trigger channel. I don't know how your trigger signal looks like, and there's no general solution. However, I've found that resetting the trigger signal to 0 after an event was sent out really help keep things simple. If you don't do this, Biosemi will add the current trigger value to the previous one.


> On Jul 20, 2018, at 16:37, Neelesh Kumar <neelesh314 at gmail.com> wrote:
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> Hi, 
> I am trying to send trigger from a linux system to the Biosemi ActiveOne system. We know that biosemi sends triggers of its own as well:
> https://www.biosemi.com/faq/trigger_signals.htm
> My question is how can we use find_events and its argument to get the right number of events. Right now, I am modifying the parameter min_duration to arbitrary values until I get the number of events that is close to what I expect. Is there a better way to do this?
> Thanks, 
> Neelesh
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