- MNE-Python version: 0.23.0
- operating system: MacOS
For epoching my data based on events, I have a list that shows start time of my events like this:
event_lines_float = [64.698, 65.165, 65.632, 68.654, 69.121, 69.588, 72.61, 73.077, 73.545, 76.566]
and another arrays that shows the duration of each of these events:
duration_lines_float=[0.45, 0.45, 3.0, 0.45, 0.45, 3.0, 0.45, 0.45, 3.0, 0.45]
(So the duration of my events can be different)
Is this the correct way of epoching data?
stim_annotations = mne.Annotations(onset=event_lines_float, duration=duration_lines_float, description=word_sen_lbl ) fraw.set_annotations(stim_annotations) (stim_events, stim_event_dict) = mne.events_from_annotations(raw) epochs = mne.Epochs(filt_raw, stim_events, event_id=stim_event_dict, tmin=-0.1, tmax=0.45, preload=True)
The reason I am asking this, is because my stim_events are the onset time (not ID) and also the duration of epochs could be different. So I think the method above won’t work correctly.
I appreciate if you can help me regarding this.