Mesh space vs. voxel space problem
paul_c at GMX.DE
Wed Aug 18 10:15:23 CEST 2010
Okay, seems to be solved - at least a little. I now saw that the grid
is created from the electrodes positions and not by the mesh points.
I'll have to align these to get it right.
Am 18.08.2010 10:10, schrieb Paul Czienskowski:
> Dear fieldtrippers,
> when looking at the points of the mesh generated for the BEM
> generation there was something I stumbled over: There are points with
> negative coordinates, so the mesh seems to be generated in some other
> space than the voxel system (maybe just translated in some way?). This
> wouldn't be a great problem if the ft_dipolefitting wasn't working in
> voxel but in mesh space, because when searching the valid dipole
> positions in prepare_dipole_grid on lines 432-434 the bounding_mesh
> function returns a volume full of zeros since the grid positions don't
> lie within the volume. I'm using the 20100612 version of fieldtrip and
> running ft_dipolefitting with automatic grid generation. Is there
> anything I can do about this besides creating the grid on my own?
> Thanks in advance,
Max Planck institute for human development
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