Hi, I use the Windows versions of Caret, and the foci mapping tools work fine for me, using both the 5.2 and 5.5 versions. Terry Sewards [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Send caret-users mailing list submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org To subscribe or unsubscribe via the
Dear Donna, It all worked out fine! The orientation of the anatomy and the functional volume was: anterior-posterior, left-right, inferior-superior. In SPM I changed this to LPI. Within SPM you can see the origin, which was -53, -65, -86 (you were almost right about them!) for the anatomy
I'm so glad. I'm never happy with almost perfectly aligned or eyeballing the alignment. I'm happy when I can figure out the magic numbers in a principled way. I'm even happier when users do it themselves, as you did. On 11/08/2006 10:16 AM, Simone Kamphuis wrote: Dear Donna, It all
Hi, I have attached a screen capture of the flat map, inflated map and spherical map with the 3 additional registration landmarks drawn. The flat map appears a bit more distorted than I am used to seeing and the sylvian fissure shape also seems atypical. I wanted to get a sanity check on the
On 11/08/2006 01:39 PM, Veronica S Smith wrote: Hi, I have attached a screen capture of the flat map, inflated map and spherical map with the 3 additional registration landmarks drawn. Yeah, there are a lot of crossovers in the flat map near the sylvian, but they don't seem to have interfered
On 11/08/2006 02:12 PM, Donna Dierker wrote: Your anterior termination looks too far superior and posterior -- roughly 15-30 degrees too far clockwise. I should have specified when looking at the lateral inflated view.