you are on the right way!
There are several possibilities to display the statistical results onto the
individual brain. First, you can select under the 'Result' Section the
option 'overlays' and you will asked for an image. Here you can select the
individual, normalized image.
An other possibility is within the 'Display' Section. Here you can select
the option 'Add blobs'. Within this option, you can display more than one
contrast in different colours.
To get an individual rendered brain, you should select first the 'Segment'
option, then 'Render'-'Xtract Brain' and you will get an individual rendered
Dipl. Phys. Karsten Specht
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> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: SPM (Statistical Parametric Mapping) refers to functional brain
> mapping ana [mailto:[log in to unmask]]Im Auftrag von Charvy Narain
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 12. Dezember 2000 12:47
> An: [log in to unmask]
> Betreff: displaying activation on individual anatomicals
> Dear SPM,
> Is there any way in spm to display contrasts onto individual subjects'
> anatomicals, rather than on the MNI template (preferably as a colour
> rendered image, but if this is not possible, then just as a
> The individual anatomicals were normalised into MNI space using the
> following procedure:
> - coregister the anatomicals to the mean functional image (coregister
> only: no reslicing)
> - normalise the structural image into MNI space using the *sn3d.mat file
> generated from normalising the mean functional to the EPI template.
> Is this correct? And if so, what is the next step?
> An earlier reply by John Ashburner to a similar question recommended
> displaying the background image, and then superimposing 'blobs' onto it
> by using an undocumented feature of spm99b
> However, when I tried this,it didn't work too well. Any ideas would be
> very welcome!