This must be due to some other reason, melodic does not care about the
time series model until the point where the final web report is being
created. Have you used the 'temporal concatenation' option in melodic?
Also, is there a melodic_IC file that got generated? These are the
components in a single 4D file.
On 12 Mar 2009, at 14:41, Yuki Sakai wrote:
> Dear, Christian
> Thanks a lot.
> Actually, I'm trying to run group ICA on data collected during
> "resting state".
> I have tried to run it without "time-course model". But, when I did
> so, I
> could get no component.. How can we get components of resting state
> in multi subjects??
> And, when I putted the prefiltered_func_data_mcf.mat file from one
> analysis as "time-course model", I was able to get components of
> state networks in multi subjects.
> But, I think this was something wrong way. What is the correct way
> to run
> group ICA on data collected during "resting state"?
> Thank you in advance