you can use mri_surf2vol to sample the thickness into the volume if you
want. The thickness file itself does not contain any topological
information - that is stored in the surface files (e.g. lh.pial)
On Wed, 12
Oct 2016, Sancgeetha Kulaseharan wrote:
Hello Freesurfer Experts,
I am using Freeview to visualize cortical thickness with the command
freeview -v mri/T1.mgz \ -f surf/lh.pial:overlay=lh.thickness
While the cortical thickness overlay is visible in the 3-Dimensional
display, I was wondering if it was possible to also view the cortical
thickness map on a slice-by-slice case?
Also where can I find topological information on ?h.thickness files?
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