The website is correct - use first_boundary_corr.
This is a new method which we have found superior
to the old method with the arbitrary threshold (although
you can still do this using the 'thresh' option).
However, I'm curious why you choose to do the steps
manually. Would you mind saying what you change
All the best,
On 23 Jun 2010, at 14:16, Clare Gibbard wrote:
> I am doing FIRST segmentations by doing the individual steps rather
> than using first_all as a colleague found that this works best for
> us. The boundary correction step they were using is:
> first_utils --singleBoundaryCorr -i (input file) -r (reference file)
> -p 3 -o (output file)
> However, I cannot see this command on the FSL website. Is this
> command still valid with version 4.1.5? The boundary correction
> command on the website is:
> first_boundary_corr -s segmented_image -i intensity_image -b method -
> o output_name
> I would like to know which I should be using.
> Thank you