If you like the results you got I wouldn't necessarily be worried :-)
The problem was mostly with the latest version released in January.
And even in that version it was not a bug but rather a potential issue
that is seen sometimes but not other times. It all depends on how
varying the head locations are.
But just to be sure I'd wait till the next version comes out and
re-run the analysis with it. You can also try running individual
inversions for each subject and comparing the results with the group
inversion. If they are consistent there is probably no problem.
On Fri, May 7, 2010 at 5:31 AM, Paul Sowman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Vladimir, I notice on one of your recent postings you said that there
> was a problem with inversion for MEG. I have analysed a recent study
> using SPM inversion. Should I be holding back on my results for the
> new release? Thanks for your ongoing help. Paul
> Paul F Sowman
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> Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science (MACCS)
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