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tutorial:natmeg:preprocessing [2018/10/21 15:09]
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 ====== Preprocessing and event-related activity in combined MEG/EEG data ====== ====== Preprocessing and event-related activity in combined MEG/EEG data ======
  
-====== Preprocessing and event-related activity in combined MEG/EEG data ======+===== Introduction ​===== 
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 +This tutorial describes how to define epochs-of-interest (trials) from your recorded EEG-MEG-data,​ and how to apply the different preprocessing steps. This tutorial also shows you how to average your data and compare conditions (standard versus deviant tones). 
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 +This tutorial does the preprocessing and segmenting in a single step. If you are interested in how to do preprocessing on your continuous data prior to segmenting it into trials, you can check  the [[tutorial:​continuous|Preprocessing - Reading continuous data]] tutorial. 
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 +<note exercise>​ 
 +This tutorial contains the hands-on material of the [[/​workshop/​natmeg|NatMEG workshop]] and is complemented by this lecture. ​  
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 ===== Background ===== ===== Background =====
  
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 This tutorial was last tested on 28-09-2014 by Stephen Whitmarsh on Windows 7, Matlab 2013b. This tutorial was last tested on 28-09-2014 by Stephen Whitmarsh on Windows 7, Matlab 2013b.
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