I am writing code to compute CCF using 2 method, one from formula and one from fft. the sampling rate of the data is 250Hz, the data length is 5s (1250samples), which is in the channel of eeg 8 and 9. i am computing the 3 to 4 s data from both channels.
At first, i will get data out first. but form data2, i don't know if i need to zero padding the beginning of the data or just take the 250 sampls before the data into my array.
data1 = eegp1(8,500:1000); data1 = data1 - mean(data1); delay = 250; data2t = eegp1(9,500:1000); data2t = data2t - mean(data2t); data2 = [zeros(1,delay) data2t zeros(1,delay)];
xaxis = -delay:delay; CCF = zeros(1,delay*2+1); for i = -delay:delay sum = 0; for j = 1:501 sum = sum+data1(j)*data2(j+i+delay); end CCF(i+delay+1)=sum/(501-abs(i)); end
% [c,lags] = xcorr(data1,data2,250); % figure(2); % plot(lags,c); CSD = abs(fft(CCF)); CCF = CCF/max(abs(CCF)); CSD = CSD/max(abs(CSD)); figure(1); plot(xaxis,CCF); title('CFF result');
fdata1 = fft(data1); fdata2 = fft(data2t); CSD2 = fdata1.*conj(fdata2); CCF2 = ifft(CSD2); CCF2 = CCF2/max(abs(CCF2)); CSD2 = CSD2/max(abs(CSD2)); figure(2); plot(CCF2); title('CFF result');
The result comes out wrong, can someone help me? thanks verymuch!
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Hi, look at this example:
rng default; x = randn(8,1); y = randn(8,1); npad = length(x)+length(y)-1; xcor_1 = fftshift(ifft(fft(x,npad).*conj(fft(y,npad)))) [c,~] = xcorr(x,y)
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