[Mne_analysis] CSP on resting state data
kamak.shob at gmail.com
Sat Sep 28 05:37:05 EDT 2019
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Sure. The two are two different forms of progression of a neurodegenerative
disease (milder and more aggressive) on a sample of some N patients.
Is it possible at all to use CSP successfully with this data ? I have since
tried many ways of serving this data to the CSP routine in MNE with little
I have tried concatenating rawarrays like mentioned in this example:
Perhaps,, it will be of great help if another such example is given for
rest EEG of 2 different conditions on different patients.
On Fri, Sep 6, 2019 at 4:39 PM Alexandre Gramfort <
alexandre.gramfort at inria.fr> wrote:
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> you need 2 conditions to learn CSP filters.
> what would they be on rest?
> On Fri, Sep 6, 2019 at 7:47 AM Kolluri Kanti <kamak.shob at gmail.com> wrote:
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> > I'd like to have a general discussion on applying common spatial
> patterns on resting eeg.
> > I have the following questions:
> > Is CSP used on resting state eeg data at all? Does it have
> discriminative capacity over such data as much as it does in event-based
> eeg data?
> > If CSP can be applied to resting eeg, what is the correct way to use CSP
> on resting eeg data in a binary setting ? Can someone outline some
> pseudocode using the mne.decomposition.csp module for this scenario. (I had
> posted some of my code already on this forum. )
> > Thank you
> > Supraja J
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