If you are only doing a 2nd level analysis, then you will have to use the con images from the single subject analyses. You technically shouldn't need the subjects' individual timeseries data. However, you should get that data from your supervisor, regardless. (You should get to personally know what the data look like). If you search the archive, there is a file discussed called something like "spm_change_paths"; I don't remember the exact name of the script. That will update the SPM.mat file.
From: SPM (Statistical Parametric Mapping) [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of Emily Carlson [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Sunday, December 22, 2013 4:00 AM
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Subject: [SPM] Question regarding file paths, SPM.mat
I've been trying to solve this situation for a while unsuccessfully. I'm working with SPM for the first time as a Master's student. My supervisor, who works at another University from my own, would like me to complete ROI analysis in SPM/MarsBaR, and has sent me SPM.mat files, beta and con image files, etc., containing a full factorial analysis from a 3x2 design.
SPM.xY.P of course contains file paths to con images for computers at the other university; how can I change these? Also, the paths in these variables reflect single subject analysis, where as I should be doing 2nd level analysis.
I hope this question makes sense, I'm obviously quite new at this. I very much appreciate any help!
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