Analysis framework for the extraction of theta-nested spectral components

Lopes-dos-Santos V
van de Ven GM
Morley A
Trouche S
Campo-Urriza N
Dupret D

This tutorial aims to extract theta-nested Spectral Components (tSCs) as described in the article linked to below.

Installation and use instructions are provided for Linux, as is example data.

Please send any comments or suggestions to Vítor ( ) or to David
( ).

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theta-nested spectral power plot
Year Published
Funders & Grant Numbers
Medical Research Council (MC_UU_12024/3)
Medical Research Council (MC_ST_U14003)
Medical Research Council (MC_ST_U15045)
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First Published In
Lopes-Dos-Santos V, van de Ven GM, Morley A, Trouche S, Campo-Urriza N, Dupret D
2018. Neuron, 100(4):940–952.

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