have a look at TASKS->BATCH->Stats->Contrast Manager. If your design
matrices do not vary across subjects, then you should be fine with this.
If your designs vary (e.g. some conditions are not present for all
subjects) you may want to try the condition/session based contrast type.
However this is quite difficult to use and not flexible enough to cope
with all situations.
Am Donnerstag, den 26.06.2008, 10:21 -0400 schrieb Marc Berman:
> I looked through the SPM archives and there appears to be a way to
> batch contrasts in SPM 5 without using the contrast manager. However, I
> don't see a lot of information on how to implement this. Basically, I
> would like to define 20 or so contrasts and be able to apply them to by
> 30 subjects without having to type in all 20 contrasts for each subject.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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