My problem still persists and i still wasn't able to successfully
transform DARTEL-normalized pictures back to subject space. I would
greatly appreciate any help on that matter.
Am 27.01.2012 22:07, schrieb Robert Lech:
> Thank you very much for your quick answer.
> I already thought that SPM should write new files, but i couldn't find
> any. There were none in the current Matlab directory, and there was no
> option in "Create Inverse Warped" to specify an output directory.
> Could you give me more information on warping back to original space
> or point me to a source with more information on that topic?
> Best regards
> Robert Lech
> Am 27.01.2012 16:02, schrieb John Ashburner:
>> The original images should remain the same. There should be new
>> images that get warped back to match the individual. Where they
>> appear will depend on what output directory you chose.
>> Note that warping from MNI space to original space is a bit tricky, as
>> it needs more than just the Dartel flow fields. These fields map
>> between individual and population average spaces. An additional
>> affine transform is needed to map between population average and MNI
>> space - which will need more code to be written.
>> Best regards,
>> On 27 January 2012 13:38, Robert Lech<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> Dear SPM community,
>>> I recently tried to transform images from MNI space back to subject
>>> using the "Create Inverse Warped" tool. I put in the appropriate
>>> (which can be used for both forward and backward deformations?) and the
>>> images i wanted to transform.
>>> But after doing this i realized that the images were not changed at
>>> all, and
>>> they still remain in MNI space, although SPM successfully completed the
>>> batch without any error message.
>>> Is this the wrong tool to transform DARTEL normalized pictures back
>>> or am i
>>> missing something here?
>>> Best Regards
>>> Robert Lech
>>> Dipl.Psych. Robert Lech
>>> Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
>>> Department of Neuropsychology
>>> Ruhr-University Bochum
>>> GAFO 05/611
>>> Universitätsstraße 150
>>> 44801 Bochum, Germany
>>> Phone: +49(0)234-3223175
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Dipl.Psych. Robert Lech
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
Department of Neuropsychology
44801 Bochum, Germany
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