Behavioural Neurology / 2017 / Article / Fig 6

Research Article

Prior Knowledge of Target Direction and Intended Movement Selection Improves Indirect Reaching Movement Decoding

Figure 6

Summary of estimation performance with different decoders for monkey B (a) and monkey C (b). Decoding performances with no prior, target direction only, and both target direction and intended movement selection were shown. The x-axis represents three decoders, and the y-axis represents the decoding performance (CC, MSE, and success rate). Dots with different colors represent the mean decoding performance for each data session. Dots in one line represent performances with different prior knowledge for one data session. Significance level (paired Student’s t-test) of 0.05 () and 0.01 () was shown.