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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of study subjects

From: A probabilistic approach for pediatric epilepsy diagnosis using brain functional connectivity networks

    Age Female/Male Number of Segments
PC (n = 7)    12.86 ± 3.39* 3/4 13 ± 6.98
PE (n = 11)    9.09 ± 4.81 5/6 32.18 ± 22.41
p**    ns ns < 0.05
Subject ID Age Gender Diagnosis Sampling Rate (Hz) Number of Segments
PC01 12 M - 200 11
PC02 15 F - 512 20
PC03 12 M - 200 14
PC04 15 F - 512 18
PC05 10 M - 512 3
PC06 18 F - 512 20
PC07 8 M - 512 5
PE01 10 F Left temporal dysplasia 200 14
PE02 7 F Left frontal region 512 67
PE03 4 F Right fronto-centro-temporal 512 39
PE04 14 M Generalized 512 18
PE05 8 M Right parietal 200 30
PE06 7 M Left frontal pole, posterior frontal lobe 512 77
PE07 15 F Left and right frontal 500 40
PE08 4 M Right fronto-centro-temporal 512 25
PE09 2 F Left temporal (posterior) 512 25
PE10 14 M Generalized 512 6
PE11 15 M Generalized 512 13
  1. *Data Presented as mean ± S.D. where applicable
  2. **Student t test (with statistical significance threshold of 0.05) was used to test for age and number of segments.
  3. Fisher's exact test was used to test for gender.
  4. PC = Pediatric Control; PE = Pediatric Epilepsy;
  5. M: Male; F: Female.
  6. ns: not significant.