If you are still sure that these are not connected then please
upload the relevant thresholded statistical image (e.g
from the feat directory) to http://www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/cgi-bin/upload.cgi
and send us the reference number.
All the best,
On 19 Aug 2009, at 17:58, Yoona Kang wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> thanks for the prompt reply. But these ACC and occipital clusters
> are located quite far from each other (image attached).. I looked
> through the image, and couldn't find any voxel connecting those two
> regions. Any other possibilities?
> Mark Jenkinson wrote:
>> Are you sure it is not connected?
>> It only takes one voxel to connect what otherwise
>> look like separate clusters. Your table shows that
>> cluster number 3 spans a large range of coordinates,
>> so I think that what you consider a separate ACC
>> cluster is really connected as part of this larger cluster.
>> If you are really sure that this is not the case then email
>> us and we will investigate further.
>> All the best,
>> On 19 Aug 2009, at 16:34, SUBSCRIBE FSL Yoona Kang wrote:
>>> in my fsl report page, I noticed that ACC cluster was not listed,
>>> it seemed to have substantially strong activation in the images.
>>> Then I
>>> found that ACC was listed in the local maxima list under occipital
>>> cluster (image attached). I cannot really understand why this
>>> they are not close to each other nor they are connected. The ACC
>>> cluster is
>>> quite big, too. Can you tell me what is going on?
>>> Thank you very much!!
>>> <Picture 7.jpg>