The figure below represents the Excel report for an individual. The empty location represents the origin of a metaphorical flashlight which sends out a signal to the other locations. If the connection value is below normal (.50 standard deviations-SD) a blue color is filled for that circle. A darker blue is assigned to those values which are greater than 1.5 standard deviation below normative value. If the value is above the normative value, the color orange is employed. A darker orange color is employed for those values which are greater than 1.5 SD above the norm. The numbers in the circles represent the standard deviation value for the individual. The first row of head figures present the coherence and phase alpha relations during an auditory memory task.
The second row presents the analysis of the arousal variables. The two head figures on the left address delta and theta relative power. These values should be in the normal range or slightly lower. The two head figures on the right present the beta1 and beta2 Relative power variables. Generally, we would want these values to be in the normal range or slightly above. These type of head Figures will be employed when discussing the clinical conditions.