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Hello, I am currently running an experiment where I code trials and looking during the trials. I want to break up the looking codes a little bit more based on an audio cue, which occurs in the trials. Since each trial is a set amount of time I know when the audio occurs and would like looking to match up to this (looking currently is based on the entire trials), however it would mean parsing the looking coding further in to milliseconds. I have a script that breaks my trials into a parsing that I want, but some looks span this preset break. For example I have one second region of interest and I look that is 2 seconds long. Is there anyway to expand the looking into more cells to create this based on this new trials' parsing?

I would be happy to provide more information if I had been unclear. Any help is much appreciated. Thank you!

asked 18 Apr '16, 13:38

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I think I need more information. Could you e-mail me at shohan(dot)hasan(at)nyu(dot)edu to discuss the particulars?


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