Thanks for your prompt response.
I managed to find both a script that a colleague uses and a function in
SPM to use that mat file to invert the transform spm_get_orig_coord
Dr Cyril Pernet wrote:
> Hi Chris
> did you normalize your EPI via coregistration and segmentation with
> the T1? in this case when you clicked on segment, SPM created a .mat
> which are your normalization parameters but it also created a
> inv...mat to go the other way around,ie from MNI to your subject
> space. Use again the normalize button to do so.
> > Hello,
> > I am trying to transform coordinates of activation peaks given in SPM
> > in MNI space to native (scanner) space. The original functional images
> > have orientation information, given that they are NIFTI files, that
> > contain scanner orientation information. How can I transform the MNI
> > coordinates into this native space?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Chris.
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