[Mne_analysis] Group level analysis on individual differences

Phillip Alday phillip.alday at mpi.nl
Wed Jun 10 10:46:32 EDT 2020
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For individual differences, you'll definitely want to use mixed-effects
models. Unfortunately, the options for mixed models is rather limited in
Python in general.

That said, I've used MNE for years to do all the EEG/ERP wrangling and
then used lme4/MixedModels.jl for the analysis of the extracted samples.
For example, check out (shameless self promotion!): https://osf.io/pnaku


On 10/6/20 11:20 am, S.P.H. Speer wrote:
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> Dear MNE team,
> I’ve scrolled through the documentation on MNE and also searched the
> mailing list but could not really find any documentation on how to
> conduct group level analysis investigating individual differences. I
> would like to explore whether the difference in ERPS between two
> conditions within subjects differs along a behavioral variable across
> individuals. Is this feasible with the functions provided in MNE?
> Ideally I would like to know at each timepoint how the difference
> between conditions correlates with the individual difference measure.
> Thank you very much for your help,
> Sebastian
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