ERP Decoding Webinars by UC Davis – June 29 and June 30
Date(s) - 06/29/2020 - 06/30/2020
Interested in learning how to apply MVPA decoding methods to ERP data? The Luck Lab at UC Davis will be presenting a pair of webinars on ERP decoding in late June of 2020 as part of their Virtual ERP Boot Camp.
Part 1 (Monday, June 29, 2020 at 8:00 AM Pacific Time) will be a general overview of how ERP decoding works, what kinds of things can be decoded, and the strengths and weaknesses of decoding relative to traditional univariate ERP analysis methods. This part will be led by Steve Luck.
Part 2 (Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 8:00 AM Pacific Time) will be a how-to workshop led by Gi-Yeul Bae (who developed our decoding approach) and Aaron Simmons (the lab manager for the Luck Lab). They will go through our decoding pipeline line by line so that you’ll be able to easily apply it to your own data. Everything is in Matlab, using a bit of EEGLAB and ERPLAB and a lot of custom code that can be easily adapted for a broad range of experiments. Part 2 will assume that you’ve done Part 1 and that you have at least a little Matlab coding experience.
For more details and information about registration, check out this blog post: https://erpinfo.org/blog/2020/6/12/decoding-webinars