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The first step in any analysis pipeline is to localize the MEG data to anatomical space, which is generally done using a structural MRI. When doing this localization, it is important to know if the subject moved during the recording.
The first step in any analysis pipeline is to localize the MEG data to anatomical space, which is generally done using a structural MRI. When doing this localization, it is important to know if the subject moved during the recording.


* Use headMotionDetect to
* Use headMotionDetect to determine epochs with head motion over a given threshold (in cm)


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Revision as of 14:56, 20 February 2018

MEG Data Analysis

This section covers all aspects of MEG data analysis.

Head Localization and MRI Co-Registration

The first step in any analysis pipeline is to localize the MEG data to anatomical space, which is generally done using a structural MRI. When doing this localization, it is important to know if the subject moved during the recording.

  • Use headMotionDetect to determine epochs with head motion over a given threshold (in cm)
headMotionDetect -th 0.25 dataset.ds