If images are not spatially normalised, then there is no reason why the
activations should appear in the appropriate place on the glass brain. What
I can't figure out is why you appeared to get the activations in the right
place when using your normal resolution data.
On Wednesday 30 July 2008 12:00, Vadim Axel wrote:
> I am scanning with the following voxel resolution: 1.56 x 1.56 x 2.4
> Unless I do normalization (voxel size: 2x2x2) I am getting the activation
> totally misplaced in glass brain (see not_normalzied screenshot; the
> activations should be in temporal - occipital regions). Normalization
> solves the problem (see normalized screenshot). With normal resolution
> scanning (voxel 3.13 x 3.13 x 4) I get standard activations without
> normalizing data as well as with normalization.
> Any idea?