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tutorial:power_spectra_wavelet_analysis_and_coherence [2011/11/29 21:40]
Klaus Linkenkaer-Hansen [Wavelet Transform]
tutorial:power_spectra_wavelet_analysis_and_coherence [2013/11/29 08:47] (current)
Klaus Linkenkaer-Hansen
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 ==== Wavelet analysis of stimulus evoked activity ==== ==== Wavelet analysis of stimulus evoked activity ====
  
-Time-frequency (TF) analysis is nowadays (since year 1999 or so) also widely used as a complement to classical averaged evoked response waveforms. Let's try this by applying the wavelet analysis to the evoked response that we analyzed earlier in the courseThe following commands are copy-and-paste from previous tutorials:+Time-frequency (TF) analysis is nowadays (since year 1999 or so) also widely used as a complement to classical averaged evoked response waveforms. Let's try this by applying the wavelet analysis to a somatosensory evoked response (which you may just have computed in a previous tutorials)Compute and plot the evoked response using the following commands:
  
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   - What is the somewhat surprising conclusion from this plot?   - What is the somewhat surprising conclusion from this plot?
  
-The phenomenon most clearly seen in the 10 Hz band is widely known as "event-related desynchronization" or ERD. This is an unfortunate term, but originates from the 1980's when the first researchers discovered the phenomenon assigned the amplitude change to a change in synchrony between neurons (causing a smaller macroscopic field). Naturally, the oscillation amplitudes can also attenuate because of certain neurons transiently not firing action potentials or firing action potentials at a lower rate.+The phenomenon most clearly seen in the 10 Hz band is widely known as "event-related desynchronization" or ERD. This is an unfortunate term, but originates from the 1980's when the first researchers discovered the phenomenon and assigned the amplitude change to a change in synchrony between neurons (causing a smaller macroscopic field). Naturally, the oscillation amplitudes can also attenuate because of certain neurons transiently not firing action potentials or firing action potentials at a lower rate.
  
  
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 Also try to shift the data of the two channels in time (e.g., compute the coherence between the first half of the data in RSM with the second half of the data in LSM).  Also try to shift the data of the two channels in time (e.g., compute the coherence between the first half of the data in RSM with the second half of the data in LSM). 
  
-What do you see and why?+**Question:**\\ 
 +What do you see and why?\\
 Ask if you are in doubt how to shift the samples in the two signals relative to each other. Ask if you are in doubt how to shift the samples in the two signals relative to each other.
  
  
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