Hi Mike. My coworker and I are currently working through all of the exercises in this book. One problem that we run into is in confirming our answers. The problems often ask the reader to pick an electrode, trial, or frequency and then do the work. The solution sheet presents an answer, but without indicating which specific value was selected for the variables. This makes it difficult to confirm that our models are correct. We like to be certain about our understanding before moving to each next chapter.
Could you supply the values for the trials, electrodes, etc for each question in the solution manual?
For now, we’re on Chapter 15, the Short-Time FFT. Our topographic plots match the solution, but our time-power plots do not.
- Which electrode and frequency did you use?
- How did you scale your answers so they are aligned on the Y axis? In our case, the short-Time FFT, wavelet FFT, and filter-Hilbert all have similar topographic features, but do not have similar scale. In the book you say “scaling might be different because no baseline normalization has been applied”, but your plots do show some kind of normalizing effect.
Thanks for the help.