MNE Version: 0.22.0
OS: Windows 10
I’ve generated -tfr.h5 files for making time frequency graphs. However, I’d like to extract and use the data within the .h5 files to create alternative data comparisons. I found the following on StackOverflow and thought it would be a good starting point for me: hdf5 - Open h5 file to use with MNE python - Stack Overflow
While I begin trying to navigate through the files as per the above example, I wanted to know if I could get some specific feedback here related to the information that I want to extract.
Specifically, I’d like to get the actual values (then the average) of the power of a range of frequencies (for example, 8-12Hz) within specific time points (for example 0-1 seconds) within my epoched data and so on for varying time points (1-2 sec, 2-3sec, 3-4sec). This would allow me to have a useful table of information with comparative values, which I could then create comparative trend or bar graphs of different data sets that I have prepared.
If this is something that is already easily done in mne, I would very much appreciate a link or comment on this. Alternatively, if someone has some experience extracting and manipulating the data stored in .h5 files, I am sure your feedback would be helpful as well.
Thank you all for your time and assistance.