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Table 1 The 95% confidence bounds of the coefficients of the power law function fitted to normalized response latency and the mean absolute ERROR for each tDCS group: M1, cerebellar, sham

From: Facilitating myoelectric-control with transcranial direct current stimulation: a preliminary study in healthy humans

Response latency a (95% confidence bounds) b (95% confidence bounds) SSE R-square RMSE
Cerebellar tDCS 3.011 (2.476,3.546) -0.2806 (-0.4182,-0.143) 1.091 0.4579 0.2462
M1 tDCS 3.158 (2.542,3.775) -0.2426 (-0.3924,-0.09276) 1.557 0.3107 0.2941
Sham tDCS 2.951 (2.287,3.614) -0.1952 (-0.366,-0.0243) 1.977 0.148 0.3314
Mean absolute error a (95% confidence bounds) b (95% confidence bounds) SSE R-square RMSE
Cerebellar tDCS 0.1013 (0.07503,0.1275) -0.3808 (-0.5862,-0.1754) 0.002164 0.3767 0.01097
M1 tDCS 0.1498 (0.1086,0.191) -0.8368 (-1.082,-0.5918) 0.002198 0.7172 0.01105
Sham tDCS 0.1671 (0.1212,0.2129) -0.9265 (-1.177,-0.676) 0.002279 0.758 0.01125
  1. Power law function: f(x) = a*xb; SSE: sum of squares due to error; R-square: coefficient of determination; RMSE: root mean squared error (standard error).