Thanks for your reply.
I was wondering if the two normalize buttons are doing the same job, how
come I get different results when I apply them on the same subject using
the same template?? I get much better registration (in terms of
normalized cross correlation values) in SPM5 than in SPM2 registering to
Saemann Philipp wrote:
> (1) The Colin27 is the brain of a single subject, and cannot provide
> probability maps as needed by SPM5 for segmentation.
> So unless there is a very specific reason to no use the default priors in
> the tmp folder, these default option would be the first solution.
> (2) No. Unified segmentation runs via the segmentation button and works
> with three tissue priors. The normalize button - to my knowledge - is about
> doing the same as compared with normalization in SPM2. In both versions you
> can either estimate the deformation matrix or estimate and write out the
> normalized brains.
> Hope this helps - if not, best explain what the goal of the SPM2/SPM5
> comparison is,
> there have been mails on the differences between these two versions,
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