I checked with several files recorded at different sites and sampling
frequencies, but autobad almost always reported 1-2 bad channels with
default settings, and over 20 bad channels when I set '-badlimit 2'.
Value 0.1 usually finds over 100 bad channels.
Please note that if you use '-st', the program does not do autobad
scanning at all.
With best regards, Jukka Nenonen
Yury Shtyrov wrote:
> We haven't had this in MF 2, I believe, it normally finds too many bad
> channels. New version - new bugs? ;)
> 2009/10/3 Tony W. Wilson <[log in to unmask]>:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> Sorry to beat this topic to death, but I noticed a potential bug in MF 2.1
>> when performing the "dummy" autobad runs. No matter what one sets the
>> badlimit at, it never finds a bad channel (according to the log). I have
>> tried various values from 30 to 0.1 and never had a bad channel occurrence.
>> I have used several different raw.fif files, each about 5 mins at 1kHz.
>> Anyone else have this problem?
>> Maybe my data is just that good! (hehe)
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