X.runflac(1).flac.ev(2).tirf is the time samples (eg, 0 to 30 sec)
X.runflac(1).flac.ev(2).Xirf is the actual HRF
If you are using the spmhrf, you can look at the matlab function
On 04/11/2018 10:56 AM, Sarah Cole wrote:
> Just one clarification, this is for first level analysis (individual
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 9:54 AM, Sarah Cole <coleashle...@gmail.com
> <mailto:coleashle...@gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi Doug,
> At the end of my FSFAST analysis, I would like to plot the
> Canonical HRF shape generated by FSFAST for my events. I have
> found this thread:
> but I am not sure if I understand this line:
> "plot(X.runflac(1).flac.ev(2).tirf, X.runflac(1).flac.ev(2).Xirf)"
> Could you please clarify how to plot the Canonical HRF that was
> generated by FSFAST?
> Thank you,
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