By krzysztof.gorgolewski@gmail.com - over 2 years ago

The EEG portion of this dataset is awaiting finalization of the BIDS EEG extension and is currently available at https://legacy.openfmri.org/dataset/ds000116/ as Revision 1.0.0

By chatzichris@cti.gr - almost 2 years ago

As mentioned in the description EEG_noGA.mat includes the BCG while also EEG_rereferenced.mat are the same data rereferenced so which are the EEG data without the BCG artifact?? Thank you in advance

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By zahraroozbehi2@gmail.com - 5 months ago

The experiment is 340 seconds and the TR of fMRI is 2 seconds, so there are 170 fMRI points recorded in each run. In order to make the design matrix, we need to find those time points of the 170 points which the stimulus were happening at or during them. The problem here is that because the stimulus duration is only 200 ms and its onsets are not necessary at the whole number times, we often cannot map any fMRI time point to any stimuli onset. So, how did the authors of the published papers manage this?

By miysam9@gmail.com - 3 months ago

Hi, I wanna download resting state fmri dataset of bipolar disorder. How can find this dataset?

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