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code and analyses pipeline supporting the study "effects of TBS of the DLPFC with TMS-EEG"

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posted on 28.09.2022, 22:03 authored by Stevan NikolinStevan Nikolin, Tjeerd BoonstraTjeerd Boonstra, Adriano Henrique De Matos Moffa

Matlab pipeline, scripts and functions to read EEG data, extract triggers of TMS pulse, segment data into trials, inspect data visually for bad trials and bad channels, replace bad channels and remove bad trials, remove artefacts and average TEPs (TMS-evoked potentials) per experimental block.

This online resource contains the Matlab codes used to process and analyse the EEG data recorded from 24 subjects that participated in an experiment designed to investigate the effects of intermittent theta burst stimulation (iTBS) and continuous theta burst stimulation (cTBS) (for a detailed description please refer to the original article doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.06.21.449219).


Additional Matlab scrips for auto-ica checking and sigmoid function generation are also provided in two separate zipped files.

Documentation files:


README.txt: Description of dataset and its experimental sessions, MATLAB scripts, getting started (how to use the codes) and contact for queries.


dataset_description.csv: Name of experiment, reference to manuscript, authors and basic description of the datasets.

For a detailed description please refer to the original article (doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.06.21.449219).


participants.csv: Spreadsheet with the participant number, demographic information   (age, gender, ethnicity and years of education) and experimental sessions' information (RMT, TBS intensity, TEP intensity, sessions dates, session condition and adverse events) for the 24 subjects.


metadata summary.csv: Measurement(s); Technology Type(s); Factor Types(s); Sample Characteristic - Organism.

See related materials in Collection at: https://doi.org/10.25452/figshare.plus.c.5910329

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University of New South Wales

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