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tutorial:power_spectra_wavelet_analysis_and_coherence [2012/11/30 00:02]
Klaus Linkenkaer-Hansen
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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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