Nearly any Brodmann map or software package you come across will have
limitations to its accuracy and applicability; this is discussed in
the following article, which I think is very helpful:
Devlin JT, Poldrack RA (2007) In praise of tedius anatomy. NeuroImage
So with all of the caveats that come along with these maps, the one in
MRIcron is probably fairly good, but of course you really shouldn't
rely on it too much for describing your data.
Another option (and probably a more accurate one!) is to use the SPM
which provides probabilistic cytoarchitectonic maps in MNI space.
However, not all areas are available, so it may depend on what are you
are interested in.
Hope this helps,
On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 8:03 PM, Yune Lee<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dear SPM users,
> Is there any map (e.g., software/ book) that can show the corresponding
> broadmann are with MNI coordinate?
> I've been using the built-in map in MRIcron, but I'm sure how reliable it
> Any suggestion/ info would be appreciated.