[FieldTrip] tips for nice sourceplot using 'ortho'
Stolk, A. (Arjen)
a.stolk at fcdonders.ru.nl
Wed Feb 26 22:43:59 CET 2014
I don't know whether you have done so already, but you could try and interpolate your source reconstructed activity on a high spatial resolution version of a brain (e.g. try the /template/anatomy/single_subj_T1_1mm.nii). Hope this helps,
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> Van: "Vitoria Piai" <v.piai.research at gmail.com>
> Aan: fieldtrip at donders.ru.nl
> Verzonden: Woensdag 26 februari 2014 19:03:55
> Onderwerp: [FieldTrip] tips for nice sourceplot using 'ortho'
> Hi all,
> Does anyone have some tips for getting a nice sourceplot using the
> 'ortho' method?
> I'm using functional data masked by the stats results. I see a lot of
> cerebellum activity as well as deeper sources, so a surface plot is
> likely to be fooling me. I'm getting a very ugly figure, though,
> of all the squares (activity and masks) bleeding outside of the skull
> Anyone with experience on what works well to make that look nicer
> in Illustrator)?
> Thanks, Vitoria
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