Hi - yes, it's easy to get the inverse unthresholded zstat map - just look
in stats and invert the relevant zstat image using avwmaths. However, if
you want FEAT to do the thresholding and other post-stats stuff for you,
you will need to put in the inverse contrast as well as the original.
On Mon, 25 Oct 2004, Adam Gries wrote:
> With the new version of FSL, if you run an A-B contrast do you also have to
> run a B-A contrast separately or is there some way to get the inverse data
> from what has already been analyzed?
> Adam Gries
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