Based on previous studies on multivariate decoding of visual information, we restricted our main analysis to a group of posterior electrodes (where we expected the strongest effects). For comparison, we also analyzed data in central and anterior electrode groups. The central group consisted of 20 electrodes (C3, TP9, CP5, CP1, TP10, CP6, CP2, Cz, C4, C1, C5, TP7, CP3, CPz, CP4, TP8, (C6, C2, T7, T8) and the anterior group consisted of 26 electrodes (F3, F7, FT9, FC5, FC1, FT10, FC6, FC2, F4, F8, Fp2, AF7, AF3, AFz, F1, F5, FT7, FC3, FCz, FC4, FT8, F6, F2, AF4, AF8, Fpz). RDMs were constructed in an identical fashion to the posterior group used for the main analyses (Figure 2—figure supplement 1). We computed general discriminability of the 36 scene fragments in the three groups by averaging all off-diagonal elements of the RDMs. As expected, the resulting time courses of pair-wise discriminability revealed the strongest overall decoding in the posterior group, followed by the central and anterior groups. RSA results for these electrodes are found in Figure 2—figure supplement 4/5. Significance markers represent p<0.05 (corrected for multiple comparisons). Error margins reflect standard errors of the mean.