[Mne_analysis] Google Summer of Code 2019: Linear Regression

Denis-Alexander Engemann denis.engemann at gmail.com
Mon May 20 11:46:37 EDT 2019
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Welcome José!

Looking forward to a productive GSOC together.


On Mon, May 20, 2019 at 3:21 PM "José C. García Alanis" <
alanis.jcg at gmail.com> wrote:

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> Dear MNE-users,
> My Name is José García Alanis. During the upcoming months, I will be
> participating in this year’s Google Summer of Code to improve linear
> regression analysis in MNE-Python. The core of my project consist in
> developing  a set of tools and example code that extend the capabilities
> for regression analysis in MNE-Python. The major goal is to provide a
> certain degree of flexibility and allow users to fit different types of
> models in accordance to their research questions. Feel free to the visit
> the wiki-page, if you’d like to learn more about the project:
> https://github.com/mne-tools/mne-python/wiki/GSOC-Ideas#2-enhance-statistical-inference-using-linear-regression-in-mne
> I’m PhD student from Germany. In my PhD work I focus on EEG correlates of
> cognitive control and how these are Influenced by individual’s personality
> and other situational factors. So, some of the ideas for my GSoC project
> are rooted in issues I came across while analysing data and looking for
> ways to describe the relationship between variables and EEG indicators of
> cognitive function.
> I will be documenting my progress here:
> https://blogs.python-gsoc.org/en/blogs/josealaniss-blog/.
> Please feel free to show up and comment.
> Please also feel free to contact me via Email or Github (@JoseAlanis), in
> case you’d like to discuss the project or get in touch.
> Best,
> José
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