[Mne_analysis] Strange behavior of mne.preprocessing.current source density

mathieu.servant at univ-fcomte.fr mathieu.servant at univ-fcomte.fr
Tue Jun 2 16:28:46 EDT 2020
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The current source density implementation in mne.python seems to compute incorrect CSD estimates. The attached file illustrates the issue. The first row shows topoplots of monopolar data (average reference). The second row shows topoplots of CSD estimates of these data, computed using the mne.preprocessing.courrent_cource_density function using default parameters (lambda2=1e-05, stiffness=4, n_legendre_terms=50). the third row shows topoplots of CSD estimates of these data, computed using Mike Cohen's code and similar parameters ( lambda2=1e-05, stiffness=4, n_legendre_terms=50). 
Do you have any idea of what's going on? Note that for rows 2 and 3, I used the 'biosemi64' electrode coordinates provided by mne. 


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