It sounds like you've actually created a new coord file -- an inflated
version of a the colin SPM2 fiducial. So if you wanted to use this
later, you'd need to save it as a separate coord file. Then you could
use D/C: Scene to append a scene using this coord file, and then save
the corresponding scene file.
In practice, unless your sole subject is Colin Holmes, I'd recommend
using PALS_B12 as a mapping target instead of colin. And if there's a
very good reason for sticking with colin, the existing inflated surfaces
that come with the old colin atlas should work perfectly well as a
visualization substrate, which is the typical usage for an inflated
surface; one maps to the fiducial, but visualizes on the inflated. Did
you have an alternative application for the inflated surface?
Just as it's possible to map on fiducial, render on inflated, it's
possible to go the other way. For example, you can draw borders on the
existing colin flat or inflated maps; project them; and then save them
using the SPM2 reference fiducial, if you want your border points in MNI152.
On 01/26/2007 01:52 PM, Eugene Tunik wrote:
I'm new to caret. I've created an inflated surface using the
Colin-SPM2-L/R fiducial and would like to save this inflated surface for
future mapping of functionals data.
If I'm correct, it's simply a matter of File - save data file - save as
However, when reloading the spec file afterward, I don't see the
inflated scene that I created.
Eugene Tunik, PhD, PT
Dept. of Physical Therapy, NYU