1 - You can use Featquery to get the average stats values
using a mask in either example_func, highres or standard
space. It can also be used with the filtered_func_data
to give you a timeseries.
2 - If you download a binary fsl distribution then you
can just extract the fslview binary from this by
selectively unpacking the tar file. Alternatively,
you could try the intermediate release binaries at
www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/~jim - if that doesn't work,
there'll be a full updated release with sources in a
couple of months.
3 - Yes, 3D masks are created by FSLView.
All the best,
On Thursday, July 29, 2004, at 06:14 pm, Michael Lipton wrote:
> Three questions:
> 1: I have restricted my timeseries data to a small region using an ROI
> mask and avwmaths. I would now like to report the mean values within
> this cluster (as a text file). Using tsplot, it seems that I am
> required to select a specific voxel location (X Y Z). How can I report
> the mean within "all" voxels -- this dataset now containing only
> voxels within the ROI of course?
> 2: My version of FSLVIEW (1.0 beta 7) does not show the masking
> toolbar nor the eraser or fill tools. Is there an update that can be
> installed without reinstalling all of FSL?
> 3: Can the masking function in FSLVIEW be used to create 3D masks? If
> I draw regions on adjacent slices, fill with the same value and save
> the mask will it be saved as a 3D mask summing all of the drawn
> Thanks for your help,