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Table 3 Significance values corresponding to Fig. 7 where rose plots display the ratio between the real (Fig. 7B) and surrogate (Fig. 7C) probabilities of all phase bins

From: Identifying and modulating distinct tremor states through peripheral nerve stimulation in Parkinsonian rest tremor

Phase Suppression Amplification
0 0.0071* 0.0425
30 0.0000* 0.0000*
60 0.5763 0.0000*
90 0.0001* 0.0055*
120 0.3972 0.0000*
150 0.0022* 0.0000*
180 1 1
210 0.1875 0.0273*
240 0.0045* 0.0000*
270 0.0000* 0.4148
300 0.0000* 0.0000*
330 0.0522 0.0836
  1. Significance values were obtained from paired-sample t-tests between the probability for suppression or amplification for each study participant, axis, and cluster at each phase of the surrogate data, and the probability of suppression or amplification across all participants, axes and clusters for each phase of the real aligned data
  2. *P-values that remain significant after correction by the FDR procedure