one 3D image per time-point, normally a 3D T1.
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I'm Michele Placci a student of the University
of Padova, Italy. I'm learning to use Siena package for
a study of brain atrophy, but I have some problem to understand
the kind and the number of images that I have to pass to the program.
Have I to input more than a single image (for each time)?
If multiple images are required, how many? And how many
images for each plane (I mean: sagittal, coronal and transverse plane).
Thanks in advance for any help.