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* [[analysis:rhythms:step2|Module 3: Signal processing, Fourier analysis and power spectra]] | * [[analysis:rhythms:step2|Module 3: Signal processing, Fourier analysis and power spectra]] | ||

- | (more advanced modules can be found [[analysis:nsb2018|here]]).) | + | (more advanced modules can be found [[analysis:nsb2018|here]].) |

- | === Getting started with MATLAB === | + | ==== Getting started with MATLAB ==== |

Depending on your background and programming experience you might find the following resources helpful: | Depending on your background and programming experience you might find the following resources helpful: | ||

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* Textbook: Dayan & Abbott, Theoretical Neuroscience | * Textbook: Dayan & Abbott, Theoretical Neuroscience | ||

- | Some tasks to try when generating specific brain rhythms: | + | Some tasks to try to generate specific brain rhythms: |

* Occipital-parietal alpha (10 Hz): eyes-open vs eyes-closed contrast | * Occipital-parietal alpha (10 Hz): eyes-open vs eyes-closed contrast | ||

* Frontal alpha: negative high arousal picture viewing, or mentally counting backwards from a large number in steps of 7 or 13 | * Frontal alpha: negative high arousal picture viewing, or mentally counting backwards from a large number in steps of 7 or 13 | ||

* Drawing a stick figure (see for yourself what happens, take care to avoid moving artifacts) | * Drawing a stick figure (see for yourself what happens, take care to avoid moving artifacts) |

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