This image is a 4D image and contains many 3D volumes. You'll find the other hemisphere in the volumes with a higher number (change the volume number in FSLView).
All the best,
On 13 Sep 2014, at 12:33, Hiroki Kurashige <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dear experts,
> I would like to extract the 100% white matter area from Harvard-Oxford subcortical structural atlases.
> To this end, I plan to utilize the HarvardOxford-sub-prob-1mm.nii.gz at HarvardOxford directory with 100% (or 99.5%) threshold.
> But, this nifti image is only for left hemisphere.
> Can I use the flipped image to identify the correct right 100% white matter area?
> Or, do you have another recommended way?
> Hiroki Kurashige