Another option would be the JHU white matter atlases, integrated into FSL - http://www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/fsl/data/atlas-descriptions.html#wm
You can find them in your FSL directory at $FSLDIR/data/atlases.
On 21 Jun 2010, at 17:18, Todd L. Richards wrote:
> Dear Kenji,
> The atlas you present here is for gray matter - you need an atlas for white matter tracts especially for regional analysis of FA. The LONI website has a white matter atlas of the brain with 50 major white matter tracts that cover both left and right side of the human brain.
> Todd Richards
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> Subject: [FSL] Atlas-based analysis (e.g. FA, MD)
> I would like to create an atlas-based mask to evaluate FA, MD in standard space.
> But, there is no symmetric Atlas (MNI structural atlas, see attached).
> Does anyone know ATLAS of symmetry?$B!!(BWhat a lot of ATLAS are used in the articles?
> wfu_pickatlas is also an issue...(e.g. Subject:Re: cortical anatomical mask)