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Pupillometry deconvolution methods

This is a methods paper on deconvolution of pupillometry data for auditory experiments.

McCloy D, Larson E, Lau B, & Lee AKC (2016). Temporal alignment of pupillary response with stimulus events via deconvolution. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 139(3), EL57–EL62. doi: 10.1121/1.4943787

Raw data is cleaned and aggregated with (for the pupil impulse response experiment) and (for the vocoded letters experiment). These should create the summary data objects needed to create the figures (avg_data.npz for Figure 1; voc_data.npz and voc_data_wierda.npz for Figure 3).

Once those are in place, the makefile for the article accepts directives pre (for prepress version formatted similar to the final formatting in JASA-EL), sub (for the JASA-EL submittable version: with double spacing, line numbers, list of figures, etc), or web (for a prepub manuscript with my preferred formatting for posting on the web).

NB: Figure generation is not 100% automated for the make sub directive, because it requires opening the auto-generated PDF figures in Adobe Illustrator and saving them as EPS files in order to avoid rasterization of the semi-transparent regions of the plot (only strictly necessary for Figure 3).


Temporal alignment of pupillary response with stimulus events via deconvolution



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