I have never used SPM5 (still with SPM2...) but I think you should
try lowering the threshold (p-value). Maybe there are significant
voxels, but they are not visible because you are setting the
threshold too ambitiously.
On Apr 19, 2007, at 10:34 AM, <Joao> <Galhardas> wrote:
> Hello imagers,
> i'm a very recent user of spm5 (i'm a undergraduated student) and
> after i
> use all pre-processing and after
> i do the 1st level model spcification, when i do the estimate
> option that
> apears an dialog box warning me that "there are no significant
> This seems strange to me because the program do not return any
> images and
> the message seems to tell that some statistical work was done.
> what must i do? and what it's my error.
> ps: i'm working in eeg/fmri. so if you need more information to
> help me
> please inform.