Output

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Summary csv (BLINK_MODsummary.csv)
Comprehensive summary document, containing the following sections:
  • INPUTS
    • Sample rate
    • Number of individuals
    • Number of permutations
    • Number of consecutive frames (significance threshold)
  • SMOOTHING
    • Gaussian kernel bandwidth - standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel used to smooth data
  • SIGNIFICANT FRAMES
    • Decreased blinking - sample(s) in which group blink rate is significantly lower, assessed via permutation testing
    • Increased blinking - sample(s) in which group blink rate is significantly higher, assessed via permutation testing
  • ALL FRAMES (one sample per row)
    • Smoothed blink rate – smoothed group blink rate in each sample (blinks/min)
    • Low percentile – low percentile of the permutation test for each sample
    • High percentile – high percentile of the permutation test for each sample

Figure (BLINK_MOD.jpg)
One plot showing smoothed group blink rate, low and high percentiles of the permutation test, and times when the smoothed blink rate was significantly higher or lower (on the x axis).
Use drop down menu to select figure format (.jpg, .pdf, .eps, .fig, .png, or .tif).
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.mat file (BLINK_MOD.mat) - a MATLAB file containing a single struct ("results"), with the following fields:
  • smoothedBR – smoothed group blink rate in each sample (blinks/min)
  • decreasedBlinking – sample(s) in which group blink rate is significantly lower
  • increasedBlinking – sample(s) in which group blink rate is significantly lower
  • lowPrctileLevel – low significance threshold
  • highPrctileLevel – high significance threshold
  • lowPrctile – low percentile of the permutation test for each sample
  • highPrctile – high percentile of the permutation test for each sample
  • optW – standard deviation of the Gaussian smoothing kernel
  • inputs – a struct with fields:
    • numIndividuals – number of individuals in the input
    • dataLen – number of samples in the input
    • numFrames – number of samples in the input
    • numPerms – number of permutations
    • sampleRate – sample rate (Hz)
    • smoothType – method by which bandwidth of smoothing kernel was selected (sskernel)