[pymvpa] Searchlight training and testing with different sets of data

Richard Dinga dinga92 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 22 18:50:11 UTC 2016

You can just do the same search light crossvalidation as is showed in the
tutorial or example scripts, but combine your two datasets to one and make
data set A be partition 1 and dataset B partition 2 and don't use
postproc=mean_sample() argument.

On Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 7:15 PM, Alyson Saenz <neuro.alyson at gmail.com>

> Hey guys!
> I'm having a hard time on an analysis and I was hoping you can help me (my
> thesis depends on it!).
> I have two sets of data, A and B. I would like to run a searchlight
> analysis with A and testing with B. Is there a way to do it? So far I
> already have them in two different ds.
> I'm sorry if it is an stupid question, I don't have that much experience
> programming.
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