Hi André,

one common, and potentially fatal, reason is that not all voxels are 
available for the whole group. Have you checked your mask.img image from 
the group study to see which voxels actually enter the analysis?


André Schmidt wrote:
> Dear experts
> I try to estimate a second level batch with a 2-sample test design and
> always receive the error message:
> Error using spm_est_non_sphericity (line 196)
> Please check your data: There are no significant voxels.
> Error in spm_spm (line 418)
>      [xVi, am]  = spm_est_non_sphericity(SPM);
> Error in spm_getSPM (line 234)
>          SPM = spm_spm(SPM);
> Error in spm_results_ui (line 261)
>          [SPM,xSPM] = spm_getSPM;
> Error while evaluating uicontrol Callback
> I have checked the contrast images for all included subjects and all of
> them show activation. Do you know what went wrong here?
> Thank you very much
> André

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