I have data where my equipment stopped recording and I had to restart the recording while my experiment continued.
Is there a way to concatenate two raw objects into one while accounting for the meas_date (s). I.e. having blank data representing the period of missing data.
Hello and welcome to the forum!
Concatenating raw data can be done using
Why would you even want that? I’d think that if anything, it will cause problems in processing down the road …
The easiest way to do it is probably to crop a copy of one raw to the correct duration, set all data to zeroes, and pass it to
mne.concatenate_raws() together with the other two raws. But again, without a very good reason to do that, I wouldn’t recommend doing it.
Thanks for the very fast reply!
My experiments includes blocks and repetitions.
I need to add annotations from a csv file onto the raw object, but I would like to keep all annotations (also those with no data) so I later on can go a count the annotations and figure out the block and repetitions.
Ok, but I would suggest to add an annotation starting with
BAD_ to the “empty” bit of raw data just to ensure you don’t accidentally end up including it in an ERP or TFR analysis or such