- mne.set_bipolar_reference(inst, anode, cathode, ch_name=None, ch_info=None, drop_refs=True, copy=True, verbose=None)¶
Re-reference selected channels using a bipolar referencing scheme.
A bipolar reference takes the difference between two channels (the anode minus the cathode) and adds it as a new virtual channel. The original channels will be dropped by default.
Multiple anodes and cathodes can be specified, in which case multiple virtual channels will be created. The 1st cathode will be subtracted from the 1st anode, the 2nd cathode from the 2nd anode, etc.
By default, the virtual channels will be annotated with channel-info and -location of the anodes and coil types will be set to EEG_BIPOLAR.
- instinstance of
Data containing the unreferenced channels.
The name(s) of the channel(s) to use as anode in the bipolar reference.
The name(s) of the channel(s) to use as cathode in the bipolar reference.
The channel name(s) for the virtual channel(s) containing the resulting signal. By default, bipolar channels are named after the anode and cathode, but it is recommended to supply a more meaningful name.
This parameter can be used to supply a dictionary (or a dictionary for each bipolar channel) containing channel information to merge in, overwriting the default values. Defaults to None.
Whether to drop the anode/cathode channels from the instance.
Whether to operate on a copy of the data (True) or modify it in-place (False). Defaults to True.
- verbosebool |
- instinstance of
Convenience function for creating an EEG reference.
If the anodes contain any EEG channels, this function removes any pre-existing average reference projections.
During source localization, the EEG signal should have an average reference.
The data must be preloaded.
New in version 0.9.0.