mne.chpi.compute_chpi_amplitudes

mne.chpi.compute_chpi_amplitudes(raw, t_step_min=0.01, t_window='auto', ext_order=1, tmin=0, tmax=None, verbose=None)[source]

Compute time-varying cHPI amplitudes.

Parameters
rawinstance of Raw

Raw data with cHPI information.

t_step_minfloat

Minimum time step to use. If correlations are sufficiently high, t_step_max will be used.

t_windowfloat

Time window to use to estimate the amplitudes, default is 0.2 (200 ms).

ext_orderint

The external order for SSS-like interfence suppression. The SSS bases are used as projection vectors during fitting.

Changed in version 0.20: Added ext_order=1 by default, which should improve detection of true HPI signals.

tminfloat

Start time of the raw data to use in seconds (must be >= 0).

tmaxfloat

End time of the raw data to use in seconds (cannot exceed data duration).

verbosebool, str, int, or None

If not None, override default verbose level (see mne.verbose() and Logging documentation for more).

Returns
chpi_amplitudesdict

The time-varying cHPI coil amplitudes, with entries “times”, “proj”, and “slopes”.

Notes

This function will:

  1. Get HPI frequencies, HPI status channel, HPI status bits, and digitization order using _setup_hpi_amplitude_fitting.

  2. Window data using t_window (half before and half after t) and t_step_min.

  3. Use a linear model (DC + linear slope + sin + cos terms) to fit sinusoidal amplitudes to MEG channels. It uses SVD to determine the phase/amplitude of the sinusoids.

The output is meant to be used with compute_chpi_locs().

New in version 0.20.

Examples using mne.chpi.compute_chpi_amplitudes