function [regs] = ind2vec_robust(ind)
% Replacement for ind2vec, can deal with zeros better % % [REGS] = IND2VEC_ROBUST(IND) % % This script is used to convert vector regressors that list a % condition for each timepoint into a regressor matrix which % consists of conditions x timepoints. It is useful for taking in % regressors that have been shifted using shift_regressors and that % therefore begin with a 0 since ind2vec can not input a vector % that begins with 0.
% This command checks to make sure that all of the input values are % integers and outputs an error if any inputs are not integers. if isint(ind)==0 error(‘Your regressors have to be integers’); end
% This command computes the number of conditions present in the % regressors by finding the highest value listed in the input % vector. It also figures out the number of timepoints based on the % length of the input vector. nConds = max(ind); nTimepoints = length(ind);
% This command makes a matrix called regs that has nConds rows and % nTimepoints columns, which is filled with 0s. regs = zeros(nConds,nTimepoints);
% This command fills in 1s in a condition’s row for every timepoint % at which that condition is present. for c=1:nConds regs(c,find(ind==c)) = 1; end
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