Alternatively, you may find that FreeSurfer will work better for your current 
needs.  Matt Glasser and others have gotten it to work reasonably well on 
macaque structural images.

David

On Oct 15, 2014, at 2:38 AM, Donna Dierker <do...@brainvis.wustl.edu> wrote:

> Hi Aditya,
> 
> On monkeys, yes.  Humans, no.  The SureFit algorithm that is in Caret's 
> segmentation feature was designed for cubic 1mm human data.  It worked 
> reasonably well on higher res monkey data, but some of the subroutines will 
> likely break on higher res human data (e.g., disconnecting eye, skull, 
> hindbrain).
> 
> I'd turn all error correction features off and sanity check the initial 
> segmentation.  If the skull, eye, or hindbrain is still connected, then 
> resolving that issue should precede the error correction steps.  
> Unfortunately, that will likely take some work.
> 
> Donna
> 
> 
> On Oct 14, 2014, at 5:25 AM, "Dr. Aditya Tri Hernowo, Ph.D" 
> <adityatrihern...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> Dear users & experts,
>> 
>> Does anyone have any experience with reconstructing the cortex on 0.5mm 
>> resolution T1 images? I am still having problems with the very long time it 
>> takes to perform automatic error correction (more than 3 hours before the 
>> software finally crashed).
>> 
>> Regards,
>> 
>> Aditya Hernowo
>> 
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