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development:introduction [2011/11/23 13:29]
robert [Using the toolbox and Matlab]
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-This page is for creating a new introduction site for the FieldTrip ​tutorial. The page will be probably ​ under development when you are reading it. Please, do not use this as a serious documentation. +
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 ====== Introduction ====== ====== Introduction ======
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 These tools can be combined in an analysis protocol that for example looks like Figure 1. These tools can be combined in an analysis protocol that for example looks like Figure 1.
  
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 **//Figure 1; Analysis protocol for Event-Related Potentials (ERPs)//** **//Figure 1; Analysis protocol for Event-Related Potentials (ERPs)//**
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 ERP/ERF analysis consists of preprocessing,​ averaging the data timelocked to the stimulus or response, optionally averaging over subjects and/or testing for significant effects and finally plotting the result. ERP/ERF analysis consists of preprocessing,​ averaging the data timelocked to the stimulus or response, optionally averaging over subjects and/or testing for significant effects and finally plotting the result.
  
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 Frequency analysis consists of preprocessing,​ performing a Fourier or wavelet decomposition of the data, optionally averaging over subjects and/or testing for significant effects and finally plotting the result. Frequency analysis consists of preprocessing,​ performing a Fourier or wavelet decomposition of the data, optionally averaging over subjects and/or testing for significant effects and finally plotting the result.
  
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 **//Figure 4; An example analysis protocol of (time-)frequency analysis in FieldTrip//​** **//Figure 4; An example analysis protocol of (time-)frequency analysis in FieldTrip//​**
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 Prior to any source reconstruction,​ you should have performed a complete timelock or frequency analysis of the data at the channel level. Prior to any source reconstruction,​ you should have performed a complete timelock or frequency analysis of the data at the channel level.
  
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 **//Figure 5; An example analysis protocol of the source analysis using beamforming in FieldTrip//​** **//Figure 5; An example analysis protocol of the source analysis using beamforming in FieldTrip//​**
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 Below you can see the protocol that you would use for averaging the source reconstruction over subjects and for group statistics on the source level. If the statistical test involves two conditions, then you should do the source normalisation in both conditions for all subjects and feed the two grandaveraged source reconstructions into **[[:​reference:​ft_sourcestatistics]]**. Below you can see the protocol that you would use for averaging the source reconstruction over subjects and for group statistics on the source level. If the statistical test involves two conditions, then you should do the source normalisation in both conditions for all subjects and feed the two grandaveraged source reconstructions into **[[:​reference:​ft_sourcestatistics]]**.
  
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 **//Figure 6; An example analysis protocol of source reconstruction for multiple subjects in FieldTrip//​** **//Figure 6; An example analysis protocol of source reconstruction for multiple subjects in FieldTrip//​**