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faq:what_types_of_datasets_and_their_respective_analyses_are_used_on_fieldtrip [2018/07/11 13:13]
robert
faq:what_types_of_datasets_and_their_respective_analyses_are_used_on_fieldtrip [2018/09/08 12:27] (current)
37.188.69.179 [Which datasets are used in the documentation and where are they used?]
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 The FieldTrip website and ftp server include a variety of datasets. Some of these are used in the  [[:​tutorial|tutorials]],​ while others are used in [[:​example|example MATLAB scripts]]. All of these datasets were recorded from humans, unless otherwise specified. ​ The FieldTrip website and ftp server include a variety of datasets. Some of these are used in the  [[:​tutorial|tutorials]],​ while others are used in [[:​example|example MATLAB scripts]]. All of these datasets were recorded from humans, unless otherwise specified. ​
  
-Below you will find brief description of each dataset. ​ The name given to each dataset ​is meant to provide ​an instant understanding of 'how the data was collected',​ 'the cognitive domain to which the data relates',​ and if it applies, 'what specific topic within the domain'​. ​ For example: '​MEG-language-semantics'​ will tell you that the data was collected in an MEG scanner, relates to research in the language domain, and specifically to semantics. Links to the FieldTrip [[ftp://​ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip|ftp server]] are provided so that you can download the dataset of interest.+We try to give a name to each dataset ​that provides ​an instant understanding of 'how the data was collected',​ 'the cognitive domain to which the data relates',​ and if it applies, 'what specific topic within the domain'​. ​ For example: '​MEG-language-semantics'​ will tell you that the data was collected in an MEG scanner, relates to research in the language domain, and specifically to semantics. Links to the FieldTrip [[ftp://​ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip|ftp server]] are provided so that you can download the dataset of interest.
  
 In this [[:​faq:​open_data|frequently asked question]] you can find links to other open access datasets. In this [[:​faq:​open_data|frequently asked question]] you can find links to other open access datasets.
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   * Tutorials using this dataset:​{{topic>​MEG-visuomotor151}}   * Tutorials using this dataset:​{{topic>​MEG-visuomotor151}}
    
-===== MEG-visuomotor275 ​=====+===== MEG-visuomotor151_02 ​=====
   * Both wrists in isometric extensions to exert a constant force against a lever. Indicate detected change (speed) of  visual stimulus by further extending cued hand. Analyzed the gamma-band coherence as an indicator of communication between sensorimotor regions and and motorneurons in the forearm.   * Both wrists in isometric extensions to exert a constant force against a lever. Indicate detected change (speed) of  visual stimulus by further extending cued hand. Analyzed the gamma-band coherence as an indicator of communication between sensorimotor regions and and motorneurons in the forearm.
-  * 275 CTF MEG system ​+  * 151 CTF MEG system ​
   * Download the [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1523/​JNEUROSCI.4882-10.2011|publication]] by Schoffelen et al.(2011).   * Download the [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1523/​JNEUROSCI.4882-10.2011|publication]] by Schoffelen et al.(2011).
   * Download the dataset [[ftp://​ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​SubjectCMC.zip|SubjectCMC.zip]] from our FTP server.   * Download the dataset [[ftp://​ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​SubjectCMC.zip|SubjectCMC.zip]] from our FTP server.
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 +  * Single-channel fNIRS recording of motorcortex using an Oxymon MK III system of Artinis Medical Systems during finger tapping task.
 +  * Download the data here ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​nirs_singlechannel/​motor_cortex.oxy3
   * Tutorials using this dataset: {{topic>​nirs-singlechannel}}   * Tutorials using this dataset: {{topic>​nirs-singlechannel}}
  
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 +  * Download the dataset here ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​nirs_multichannel
 +  *The fNIRS data was recorded using 4 connected Oxymon systems from Artinis to enable a 48 channel recording. Data was sampled at 250 Hz. Data was recorded during an event-related auditory oddball paradigm.
   * Tutorials using this dataset: {{topic>​nirs-multichannel}}   * Tutorials using this dataset: {{topic>​nirs-multichannel}}