To review z-score progress, there are a variety of methods.
One of the best is to use the z-score display in BReview.
See for example:
This is a one-session change. We are seeing things like this to show
the within-session change very helpful. You can also flip from session
to session quickly using the “Select” control, and see the changes
as you go from one to the other, in the spread of the z-scores.
You can then use the Z-Score select panel, and select all z-scores
say “greater than 2”, and they will be highlighted. You can count them.
You can then make a summary of how many z scores are outside
various targets. for example, see:
There are other ways to get at the z score
data for now, but these are among the most direct.
> Dear Tom and the math boys of brain master,
> Is there a way of having an overall index for each session of how well the
> patient has done in reaching the normal QEEG? I think some QEEG systems
> have multivariate indices of Right and Left and maybe whole brain (maybe
> NxLink). Patients ask how well they are doing, and I do not know how to
> that, except by saying, “You have a lot more white numbers on the Big
> Table.” It would sure be nice to have an index.