Is this consistent across trials? (i.e. if you re-run probtrackx for
different --rseed options, do you always get the same pattern?).
Note: it should be the opposite on average! The drop in waytotal
represents the following probabilities:
76 = probability of passing through an exclusion mask
30474 = probability of NOT passing through an inclusion mask
40118 = probability of either passing through an exclusion mask or NOT
passing through an inclusion mask
So the sum of the first two should be larger than the third on average
because you are counting twice the events where you either pass
through an exclusion mask or do not pass through an inclusion mask...
On 11 Aug 2009, at 17:29, Rachel Hawe wrote:
> Thanks for your response. What I am more confused about is that
> adding only
> an exclusion mask caused a drop of 76 in the waytotal; adding only a
> waypoint mask caused a drop of 30474; but adding both caused a drop of
> 40118. Why is the drop in waytotal greater when using both an
> exclusion and
> waypoint mask compared to the sum of the drops when adding each
> (i.e. 76 + 30474 < 40118)?
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