Thanks for the reply. Clustertool should read cluster (but I guess you knew
A quick question - you suggest the first approach is best and your
conclusion is right - my corrp image does not have enough resolution. Can I
clarify your suggestion:
Should I re-run randomsie on my original 4D all_FA_skeleotnised or do you
mean I should run it on another file ?
Does the "TFCE enhanced tstat output option" you mention equate to --T2 or
another option - I guess its another option I am missing or I would be
repeating what I have done previously (ie I originally ran --T2 option on my
4d file in order to derive corrp images).
What is the reason for setting the number of permutations to 1 ?
Finally, if I do need to re-run randomise on my 4d all_FA_skeletonised file
again is it worth changing the TFCE height/extent/connectivity parameters
rather than using the defaults built into the --T2 option.