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Raw data, experimental materials and analysis scripts for Sohoglu and Davis (2020) eLife **Description of stimuli** Two versions of the stimuli are provided. *stimuli_clear* folder contains original (clear) spoken word stimuli (used by analysis scripts). *stimuli_vocoded* contains the noise-vocoded versions of the stimuli with the naming convention [word] underscore noise underscore [number of vocoded channels] .wav. **Description of data** The MEG data are the preprocessed and epoched versions in SPM 8 format (21 participants X 3 blocks). For details of preprocessing, see Methods in paper. **Description of analysis scripts** All code is in Matlab format (the analysis reported in the paper used Matlab 2013a). First run es_batch_TRF.m, which does the MEG analysis (encoding/decoding). Then run Fig1.m, Fig3.m etc., which generate graphs from the corresponding figures in the paper. mTRFtrain_es_banded.m is a modified version of mTRFtrain.m from the mTRF toolbox that enables banded ridge regression. **Analysis code dependencies** The analysis scripts require the following third-party Matlab code to run successfully: -NSL AUDITORY-CORTICAL TOOLBOX ( -mTRF-Toolbox version 1.5 ( -NoiseTools version May 2017 ( -SPM 8 release r6313 ( -mPraat toolbox version 1.0.8 ( -Noise-vocoding code was adapted from code written by Stuart Rosen and Johannes Lyzenga based on the work of Philip Loizou. This can be provided upon request by emailing Ed Sohoglu ( -Polormap.m ( -FDRthreshold.m from RSA toolbox ( -barwitherr.m ( -boundedline.m ( -text2im.m (
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