I'm pretty sure that 1st level SPM.mat files will contain the Sess
field (SPM.Sess), which the 2nd level files do not contain.
On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 5:08 AM, Dorian P. <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I've added a line of code in spm_DesRep.m to stop running jobs when
> one regressor is not uniquely estimated
> line 810: if any(est==0) h = uicontrol('Position',[20 150 200
> 40],'String','Design incorrect', 'Callback','uiresume(gcbf); ');
> uiwait; delete(h); end;
> Is there any SPM flag to understand if the design matrix displayed is
> 1st level or 2nd level?
> am using a paired t-test now and all boxes are normally gray, which
> contains est == 0.
> Thank you.