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Table 3 Apparent error rates (%) and Hotelling tests for individual datasets

From: Multivariate assessment of event-related potentials with the t-CWT method

No. ID Group hold-out Individual biased Individual split-half Ind. hold-out Hotelling
   \({\mathbf {N}}_{{\mathbf {X}}}\) \({\mathbf {N}}_{{\mathbf {P}}}\) Std Dev Tot \({\mathbf {N}}_{{\mathbf {X}}}\) \({\mathbf {N}}_{{\mathbf {P}}}\) Std Dev Tot \({\mathbf {N}}_{{\mathbf {X}}}\) \({\mathbf {N}}_{{\mathbf {P}}}\) Std Dev Tot Std Dev Tot \({\mathbf {p}}\)-value
1. GIM 127 6 0.4 76.3 10.7 120 7 2.1 21.1 \(4.6^{*}\) 131 5 1.7 15.8 \(3.6^{*}\) 2.9 23.7 \(5.7^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
2. GOI 137 6 8.3 55.3 14.6 118 5 2.5 44.7 \(8.2^{*}\) 129 4 3.3 42.1 \(8.6^{*}\) 1.7 47.4 \(7.9^{*}\) 0.0001\(^{*}\)
3. GUS 129 6 0.0 100.0 13.6 159 8 2.9 44.7 \(8.6^{*}\) 126 4 4.1 73.7 13.6 4.5 57.9 11.8 0.0109\(^{*}\)
4. HAH 128 6 0.8 86.8 12.5 140 4 2.1 63.2 10.4 129 4 7.4 68.4 15.7 3.7 71.1 12.9 0.0011\(^{*}\)
5. HEA 132 6 0.8 89.5 12.9 130 5 2.9 68.4 11.8 141 2 8.3 47.4 13.6 4.1 68.4 12.9 0.0004\(^{*}\)
6. HII 134 6 0.8 94.7 13.6 135 8 2.9 39.5 \(7.9^{*}\) 138 7 5.8 73.7 15.0 5.8 57.9 12.9 0.0919
7. JUE 135 6 5.0 97.4 17.5 139 4 2.1 81.6 12.9 155 3 3.3 94.7 15.7 2.5 86.8 13.9 0.7760
8. KAA 135 6 0.8 57.9 \(8.6^{*}\) 181 5 0.8 31.6 \(5.0^{*}\) 185 2 0.8 52.6 \(7.9^{*}\) 0.8 36.8 \(5.7^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
9. KAC 129 6 9.1 71.1 17.5 137 8 3.7 55.3 10.7 148 5 2.5 78.9 12.9 3.7 65.8 12.1 0.1185
10. KUD 127 6 0.8 86.8 12.5 139 4 2.9 57.9 10.4 131 1 0.8 68.4 10.0 2.9 71.1 12.1 0.0572
11. MAH 128 6 2.5 71.1 11.8 131 2 3.7 55.3 10.7 136 3 0.8 84.2 12.1 3.7 60.5 11.4 0.0138\(^{*}\)
12. MAN 135 6 0.8 78.9 11.4 163 5 2.5 23.7 \(5.4^{*}\) 164 3 3.3 42.1 \(8.6^{*}\) 3.3 36.8 \(7.9^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
13. MUV 136 6 5.0 44.7 10.4 115 6 3.3 34.2 \(7.5^{*}\) 126 2 1.7 42.1 \(7.1^{*}\) 2.9 42.1 \(8.2^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
14. NED 136 6 2.5 73.7 12.1 106 5 3.3 60.5 11.1 147 3 1.7 84.2 12.9 5.8 71.1 14.6 0.0009\(^{*}\)
15. OTS 129 6 0.8 94.7 13.6 131 3 0.8 89.5 12.9 136 2 0.8 100.0 14.3 0.8 97.4 13.9 0.6049
16. RER 129 6 1.2 60.5 9.3 139 4 1.2 31.6 \(5.4^{*}\) 146 4 0.8 63.2 9.3 2.9 36.8 \(7.5^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
17. ROC 135 6 5.8 47.4 11.4 124 4 1.2 31.6 \(5.4^{*}\) 136 3 0.0 68.4 9.3 0.8 36.8 \(5.7^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
18. ROM 132 6 1.7 73.7 11.4 127 5 2.1 44.7 \(7.9^{*}\) 119 4 4.1 52.6 10.7 2.5 50.0 \(8.9^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
19. SCA 137 6 3.3 86.8 14.6 120 5 1.7 71.1 11.1 119 5 12.4 84.2 22.1 2.9 86.8 14.3 0.0633
20. SCH 131 6 2.5 71.1 11.8 127 7 2.1 34.2 \(6.4^{*}\) 142 5 0.8 68.4 10.0 2.5 50.0 \( 8.9^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
21. SCK 142 6 0.8 63.2 \(9.3^{*}\) 151 8 1.2 18.4 \(3.6^{*}\) 182 5 0.8 42.1 \(6.4^{*}\) 3.3 31.6 \(7.1^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
22. SCT 132 6 1.2 68.4 10.4 149 8 0.8 47.4 \(7.1^{*}\) 140 6 2.5 68.4 11.4 0.8 47.4 \( 7.1^{*}\) 0.0001\(^{*}\)
23. SCW 135 6 3.7 84.2 14.6 156 12 2.9 34.2 \(7.1^{*}\) 163 4 4.1 89.5 15.7 5.8 52.6 12.1 0.5310
24. UMD 124 6 1.2 57.9 \(8.9^{*}\) 138 5 0.8 28.9 \(4.6^{*}\) 135 4 0.8 36.8 \( 5.7^{*}\) 1.7 34.2 \(6.1^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
25. USD 137 6 8.3 57.9 15.0 139 7 2.5 50.0 \(8.9^{*}\) 156 3 2.5 73.7 12.1 3.3 63.2 11.4 0.0012\(^{*}\)
26. WIB 125 6 0.8 73.7 10.7 127 7 1.7 28.9 \(5.4^{*}\) 133 5 0.0 42.1 \( 5.7^{*}\) 2.5 42.1 \(7.9^{*}\) 0.0000\(^{*}\)
27. ZIA 124 6 0.4 92.1 12.9 147 10 2.1 34.2 \(6.4^{*}\) 159 5 8.3 78.9 17.9 2.5 57.9 \(10.0^{*}\) 0.0748
Group averages: 2.6 74.7 12.4    2.2 45.4 8.0    3.1 64.3 11.4 3.0 55.0 10.0  
* Significant at level \(\varvec{\alpha }\) = 0.05: 4      18      8    14 19
  1. Hotelling’s T\(^{2}\)-tests were performed with only 9 deviant and 50 standard trials (of each dataset)