Quality Control - Main Procedure
Once files have completed a quality control (QC) initialization procedure, they can be loaded via a Batch Context QC script. This script allows for interactive annotation of files, and the exporting of this state after expert review.
The following sections introduce how to load files into the main QC script, use of the QC interface, and suggested decision making criteria.
Loading Files into Quality Control
Initially, the vised configuration for the QC procedure must be loaded. Begin by navigating Matlab to the root directory of the project, and adding the code folder to the path via
addpath('code') in the command window. Next, in the command window run
eeg_init_path followed by
eeglab. You should be presented with the typical eeglab interface. Using the menu bar navigate to File -> Vised Configuration. You should be presented with the following interface:
Click Load vised config and navigate the file chooser to
derivatives/lossless/code/config and select the file
vised_config_qc.cfg. The above interface should now be populated with values. Click OK to proceed.
Next, the history template batch (htb) menu is used to launch the main QC procedure. Use the menu bar to navigate to File -> Batch -> Run history template batch. An unpopulated version of the below interface should now be shown. Load the qc.htb script by clicking History file and navigating to
derivatives/lossless/code/scripts and selecting the
qc.htb file. To select a file to QC, click Data file import and navigate to the file of your choice.
Note: These files should have the "qc" suffix signaling they have completed QC initialization. Note: Copy and pasting paths relative to the root of the project allows for multiple files to be QC'd in a single execution.
By clicking OK, the QC procedure will be run on selected files.
Manipulating Files During Quality Control
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Decision Making Criteria