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<p><a href="https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/11/04/213934" rel="nofollow">Link to BioRxiv preprint</a></p> <p>Code for generating texforms is avaliable at the linked GitHub repository below.</p> <p>OSF storage contains the main analytic code and pre-processed storage for the main analyses in the submitted manuscript. </p> <p>Notes: 1. All analyses were conducted using Matlab 2015a (BVQX tools for BrainVoyager break with Matlab 2017a, so this version is important). The project paths needs to be set in individual scripts to wherever your copy of these scripts are hosted. All known dependencies are compiled to a .zip file called "HelperCodeGeneral."</p> <ol> <li>The first step to reproducing the analyses is to construct a "subject model" which is a .mat file that points to every file for every subject in each analysis. This needs to be done for both E1 and E2 separately. See the first folder,0-MakeSubjectModel. </li> </ol>
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