We recommend strongly that you acquire a whole brain EPI
scan (just one volume) with matched parameters to your
partial brain EPIs whenever you are doing an experiment
like this, precisely so that the registration works better.
You might be able to get the registration to work with your
FOV, although it will depend on what structures you have in it.
If you have a whole brain EPI then this can be used in the
standard FEAT registration pipeline. Otherwise, just try
the standard FEAT registration (via an individual structural
image, which I assume you have) and see how you get on.
All the best,
Patrick Bedard wrote:
> I have a set of 20 EPI slices (3 mm thick). Can I normalize to MNI with
> FLIRT or do I need a complete dataset, or something that covers more of the
> Thank you for your help