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% statcond() - compare two or more data conditions statistically using % standard parametric or nonparametric permutation-based ANOVA % (1-way or 2-way) or t-test methods. Parametric testing uses % fcdf() from the Matlab Statistical Toolbox. Use of up to % 4-D data matrices speeds processing. % Usage: % >> [stats, df, pvals, surrog] = statcond( data, 'key','val'. .. ); % Inputs: % data = one-or two-dimensional cell array of data matrices. % For nonparametric, permutation-based testing, the % last dimension of the data arrays (which may be of up to % 4 dimensions) is permuted across conditions, either in % a 'paired' fashion (not changing the, e.g., subject or % trial order in the last dimension) or in an umpaired % fashion (not respecting this order). If the number of % elements in the last dimension is not the same across % conditions, the 'paired' option is turned 'off'. Note: % All other dimensions MUST be constant across conditions. % For example, consider a (1,3) cell array of matrices % of size (100,20,x) each holding a (100,20) time/frequency % transform from each of x subjects. Only the last dimension % (here x, the number of subjects) may differ across the % three conditions. % The test used depends on the size of the data array input. % When the data cell array has 2 columns and the data are % paired, a paired t-test is performed; when the data are % unpaired, an unpaired t-test is performed. If 'data' % has only one row (paired or unpaired) and more than 2 % columns, a one-way ANOVA is performed. If the data cell % array contains several rows and columns, and the data is % paired, a two-way repeated measure ANOVA is performed. % NOTE THAT IF THE DATA is unpaired, EEGLAB will use a % balanced 1 or 2 way ANOVA and parametric results might not % be meaningful (bootstrap and permutation should be fine). % % Optional inputs: % 'paired' = ['on'|'off'] pair the data array {default: 'on' unless % the last dimension of data array is of different lengths}. % 'mode' = ['perm'|'bootstrap'|'param'] mode for computing the p-values: % 'param' = parametric testing (standard ANOVA or t-test); % 'perm' = non-parametric testing using surrogate data % 'bootstrap' = non-parametric bootstrap % made by permuting the input data {default: 'param'} % 'naccu' = [integer] Number of surrogate data copies to use in 'perm' % or 'bootstrap' mode estimation (see above) {default: 200}. % 'verbose' = ['on'|'off'] print info on the command line {default: 'on'}. % 'variance' = ['homegenous'|'inhomogenous'] this option is exclusively % for parametric statistics using unpaired t-test. It allows % to compute a more accurate value for the degree of freedom % using the formula for inhomogenous variance (see % ttest2_cell function). Default is 'inhomegenous'. % % Outputs:
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course CHE 10 taught by Professor Toupadakis during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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