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Fig. 1 | EURASIP Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology

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From: A new method to detect event-related potentials based on Pearson’s correlation

Fig. 1

The two upper tracks represent the raw signals of two EEG channels in time-locked epochs, whereas the lower track is the average of a sufficient number (about 100) of epochs for each channel (ERP is not to scale). The figure shows a positive peak about 300 ms after the stimulus’s onset (P300 wave). The ERP’s typical duration is about 300–500 ms, depending on the kind of stimulus and band-pass filtering of the signal

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