Dipolefitting output coordinates
v.litvak at ION.UCL.AC.UK
Mon Oct 27 19:26:50 CET 2008
Fieldtrip can work in any coordinate system so the coordinates of the
output are determined by coordinates of the input (i.e. the sensors
and the volume model that you provided). MNI space and Talairach space
are exactly the same. The only thing different is the template brain
i.e. anatomical interpretation of the coordinates. But the
coordinates Fieldtrip outputs can be neither unless your sensor
locations are given in MNI coordinates.
You can use headmodelplot to plot your volume and sensors and then
plot3 to add the dipole locations to that plot.
On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 2:12 PM, Szymon Piłat <spil at okwf.fuw.edu.pl> wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> For several days I have been trying to figure out the "dipolefitting"
> script output.
> I guess its output is in xyz coordinates. But is this in MNI space or
> Talairach space?
> BTW: How to visualise the dipole I found? I use "dipplot" from EEGLAB
> but I am looking for other simple way to visualise a dipole.
> Thank you in advance for your help.
> Best regards,
> Szymon Pilat
> spil at okwf.fuw.edu.pl
> Department of Biomedical Physics
> University of Warsaw
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