Sorry, by mistake I forgot about the whole communisty while sending the
last post. Maybe there is somebody out there who knows more about it?
For your purpose simple regressing might be not enough... I'm just
remembering vaguely some papers doing similar things. I think that one
approach might be to look only at slow fluctuation (like in resting state)
in which case you need to apply some frequency filters (not sure about the
details of it). Another possibility is to use ICA in order to isolate
task-unrelated signal, like in the following paper:
I will try to dig in more on this topic later on, interesting one actually!
On Aug 27 2011, Peter Michalsky wrote:
>I see, then I get, but never done before. Interesting approach, normally
>you do fc with regard to task-related areas or in resting state. So it
>seems to be more ambitious approach. I'll think about.
> of course I am also analyzing task-related areas. I just want to make
> sure that the connectivity pattern is not driven by task-induced
> activation. Looking forward to your reply regarding the f-contrast.