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 +Note that this reference documentation is identical to the help that is displayed in MATLAB when you type "help ft_spiketriggeredspectrum_convol"​.
 +  <a href=/​reference/​ft_spiketriggeredspectrum_convol><​font color=green>​FT_SPIKETRIGGEREDSPECTRUM_CONVOL</​font></​a>​ computes the Fourier spectrum (amplitude and
 +  phase) of the LFP around the spikes using convolution of the complete LFP traces. A
 +  phase of zero corresponds to the spike being on the peak of the LFP oscillation. A
 +  phase of 180 degree corresponds to the spike being in the through of the oscillation.
 +  A phase of 45 degrees corresponds to the spike being just after the peak in the LFP.
 +  The difference to <a href=/​reference/​ft_spiketriggeredspectrum_fft><​font color=green>​FT_SPIKETRIGGEREDSPECTRUM_FFT</​font></​a>​ is that this function allows for
 +  multiple frequencies to be processed with different time-windows per frequency, and
 +  that <a href=/​reference/​ft_spiketriggeredspectrum_fft><​font color=green>​FT_SPIKETRIGGEREDSPECTRUM_FFT</​font></​a>​ is based on taking the FFT of a limited LFP
 +  segment around each spike.
 +  Use as
 +    [sts] = ft_spiketriggeredspectrum_convol(cfg,​data,​spike)
 +  or 
 +    [sts] = ft_spiketriggeredspectrum_convol(cfg,​data)
 +  The spike data can either be contained in the data input or in the spike
 +  input.
 +  The input DATA should be organised as the raw datatype, obtained from
 +  <a href=/​reference/​ft_preprocessing><​font color=green>​FT_PREPROCESSING</​font></​a>​ or <a href=/​reference/​ft_appendspike><​font color=green>​FT_APPENDSPIKE</​font></​a>​.
 +  The input SPIKE should be organised as the spike or the raw datatype, obtained from
 +  <a href=/​reference/​ft_spike_maketrials><​font color=green>​FT_SPIKE_MAKETRIALS</​font></​a>​ or <a href=/​reference/​ft_preprocessing><​font color=green>​FT_PREPROCESSING</​font></​a>,​ in which case the conversion is done
 +  within this function.
 +  Important is that data.time and spike.trialtime should be referenced
 +  relative to the same trial trigger times!
 +  Configurations (following largely FT_FREQNALYSIS with method mtmconvol)
 +      cfg.tapsmofrq ​      = vector 1 x numfoi, the amount of spectral smoothing through
 +                            multi-tapering. Note that 4 Hz smoothing means
 +                            plus-minus 4 Hz, i.e. a 8 Hz smoothing box.
 +      cfg.foi ​            = vector 1 x numfoi, frequencies of interest
 +      cfg.taper ​          = '​dpss',​ '​hanning'​ or many others, see WINDOW (default = '​dpss'​)
 +      cfg.t_ftimwin ​      = vector 1 x numfoi, length of time window (in
 +      seconds)
 +      cfg.taperopt ​       =  parameter that goes in WINDOW function (only
 +                            applies to windows like KAISER).
 +      cfg.spikechannel ​   = cell-array with selection of channels (default = '​all'​)
 +                            see <a href=/​reference/​ft_channelselection><​font color=green>​FT_CHANNELSELECTION</​font></​a>​ for details
 +      cfg.channel ​        = Nx1 cell-array with selection of channels (default = '​all'​),​
 +                            see <a href=/​reference/​ft_channelselection><​font color=green>​FT_CHANNELSELECTION</​font></​a>​ for details
 +      cfg.borderspikes ​   = '​yes'​ (default) or '​no'​. If '​yes',​ we process the spikes
 +                            falling at the border using an LFP that is not centered
 +                            on the spike. If '​no',​ we output NaNs for spikes
 +                            around which we could not center an LFP segment.
 +      cfg.rejectsaturation= '​yes'​ (default) or '​no'​. If '​yes',​ we set
 +                            EEG segments where the maximum or minimum
 +                            voltage range is reached
 +                            with zero derivative (i.e., saturated signal) to
 +                            NaN, effectively setting all spikes phases that
 +                            use these parts of the EEG to NaN. An EEG that
 +                            saturates always returns the same phase at all
 +                            frequencies and should be ignored.
 +  Note: some adjustment of the frequencies can occur as the chosen time-window may not 
 +  be appropriate for the chosen frequency.
 +  For example, suppose that cfg.foi = 80, data.fsample = 1000, and
 +  cfg.t_ftimwin = 0.0625. The DFT frequencies in that case are 
 +  linspace(0,​1000,​63) such that cfg.foi --&gt; 80.645. In practice, this error
 +  can only become large if the number of cycles per frequency is very
 +  small and the frequency is high. For example, suppose that cfg.foi = 80
 +  and cfg.t_ftimwin = 0.0125. In that case cfg.foi--&​gt;​83.33.
 +  The error is smaller as data.fsample is larger.
 +  Outputs:
 +    sts is a spike structure, containing new fields:
 +    sts.fourierspctrm = 1 x nUnits cell array with dimord spike_lfplabel_freq
 +    sts.lfplabel ​     = 1 x nChan cell array with EEG labels
 +    sts.freq ​         = 1 x nFreq frequencies. Note that per default, not
 +                        all frequencies can be used as we compute the DFT
 +                        around the spike based on an uneven number of
 +                        samples. This introduces a slight adjustment of the
 +                        selected frequencies.
 +    Note: sts.fourierspctrm can contain NaNs, for example if
 +    cfg.borderspikes = '​no',​ or if cfg.rejectsaturation = '​yes',​ or if the
 +    trial length was too short for the window desired.
 +  WHen using multitapering,​ the phase distortion is corrected for.
 +  The output STS data structure can be input to <a href=/​reference/​ft_spiketriggeredspectrum_stat><​font color=green>​FT_SPIKETRIGGEREDSPECTRUM_STAT</​font></​a>​